CFA Practice Question

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CFA Practice Question

Venture capital funds differ from investments from publicly held firms in that they are

I. illiquid in the short-term.
II. for newer firms with very little operating history.
III. difficult to value.
IV. for small firms in which the venture capital firm and the subject company have personal involvement.
Correct Answer: I, II, III and IV

Venture capital funds differ from investments from publicly held firms in that they are generally:
1. For newer companies with little operating history.
2. For smaller companies in which the venture capital firm and the entrepreneurial company have a high degree of personal involvement.
3. Illiquid in the short-term, until the company goes public or is acquired by another company, which usually takes three to seven years.
4. Difficult to value because there is no public market for these securities.
5. Going to require future rounds of financing.

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