Which of the following best describes the role of Private Equity investors in an investee company? Option: They handle day-to-day operations, They take a board seat to oversee company functioning, They provide mentorship to the founding team, They secure additional funding rounds

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Which of the following best describes the role of Private Equity investors in an investee company?

They handle day-to-day operations

They take a board seat to oversee company functioning

They provide mentorship to the founding team

They secure additional funding rounds

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How has the performance of private equity-backed companies in India compared to their public counterparts?

"Data on their performance is unavailable"

"They have surpassed public companies in revenue and profit growth"

"They have performed worse in terms of revenue and profit growth"

"They have shown similar performance in terms of revenue and profit growth"

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How does a 'Holding Company' exert control over other companies?

"By owning a majority of shares or controlling the board of directors."

"By providing consulting services."

"By competing directly in the same market."

"By lending substantial funds."

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What is the primary role of a company promoter?

An individual or organization involved in a company's establishment and/or operational control

An investor with the largest shareholding in a company

A regulatory body overseeing the company's financial activities

A legal designation with defined responsibilities

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How do investment banks contribute to the financial market?

"They manage personal savings accounts for individuals"

"They facilitate the flow of capital between investors and corporations"

"They provide loans and credit to small businesses"

"They regulate the stock market and prevent financial fraud"

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What are the two primary ways companies raise capital?

"Loans and Grants"

"Donations and Investments"

"Revenue and Savings"

"Debt and Equity"