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location iconGreenwich, Connecticut
company sizeCompany size: 11-50

de Visscher & Co. assists its clients in developing and analyzing financial solutions for the liquidity needs of the shareholders, the capital needs of the business or both while designing highly effective family and corporate governance structures to assure the long-term sustainability of the family wealth across generations. de Visscher & Co. assists its global client base in designing, developing and monitoring long-term direct investment programs for their legacy businesses or for new direct investments. Family Capital Partner’s co-investment services center around developing, closing and monitoring investment opportunities for single family offices to invest in the operating assets of other family businesses and closely-held companies. (“Family Investing in Families”TM). de Visscher & Co. provides following services: Estate Transfer Planning Business Capital Financing Patient Capital Financing Liquidity Financing Ownership Restructuring Liquidity Financing Growth Capital Financing Patient Capital Financing Global Strategic Capital Sources Restructuring of Ownership and Assets Immediate and Ongoing Shareholder Liquidity Plans Patient Capital Financing Business Restructuring Corporate Acquisitions and Divestitures Diversification Opportunities for Family Wealth

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Jan 19, 2024
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For two long years private companies have spurned public markets, as rising interest rates dashed lofty valuations and stock prices vacillated. All th...

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Source: CFO Dive
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Source: MarketWatch
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Source: PYMNTS
Sep 22, 2022
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