Capital riesgo y dinero inteligente: aportes de valor no monetario

Private Equity/Venture Capital and smart money: non-monetary aded values

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Leonel Arango Vásquez
Eduardo Alexander Duque Grisales


Este artículo se basa en una revisión de la literatura para estudiar las características de las inversiones que realiza la industria del capital riesgo. El análisis permite clasificar estas inversiones como ‘dinero inteligente’, lo que implica generalmente aportes de valor no monetario. Adicionalmente, se describen los aportes de mayor relevancia, según criterio propio de los autores. Este trabajo permite concluir que la industria del capital riesgo tiene un papel destacado en el crecimiento y la consolidación de muchas empresas, especialmente de las pequeñas y medianas, a través de los aportes no monetarios que realiza, los cuales tienen alto impacto en su fortalecimiento y aumento de valor.

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