Venture Capital (VC)

Business / Taxes / Venture Capital (VC): Venture capital is financing provided by wealthy independent investors, banks, and partnerships to help new businesses get started, reach the next level of growth, or go public. In return for the money they put up, also called risk capital, the investors may play a role in the company's management as well as receive some combination of equity, profits, or royalties. Some venture capital also goes into bankrupt companies to help them turn around, or to companies that the management wants to take private by buying up all of the outstanding shares.

Other Words for Capital

Capital Adjective Synonyms: chief, main, major, important, cardinal, central, principal, prime, primary, paramount, pre-eminent, foremost, leading
Capital Noun Synonyms: head, top, crown, cap
MORE

Other Words for Venture

Venture Noun Synonyms: jeopardize, risk, endanger, hazard, imperil, gamble, bet, wager, plunge, put down
Venture Adjective Synonyms: risk, chance, hazardous undertaking, experiment, speculation, gamble, plunge, fling
MORE

Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI)

Business / Finance / Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI): Publisher of a number of well-known benchmarks, such as the MSCI World Index. MORE

Morgan Stanley Capital International Indexes

Business / Taxes / Morgan Stanley Capital International Indexes: These indexes are computed by the investment firm Morgan Stanley's Capital International group (MSCI). They track stocks traded in international stock markets, and are considered the benchmarks for in MORE

Mid-Capitalization (Mid-Cap) Stock

Business / Taxes / Mid-Capitalization (Mid-Cap) Stock: A mid-cap stock is one issued by a corporation whose market capitalization falls in a range between $2 billion and $10 billion, making it larger than a small-cap stock but smaller than a large-cap sto MORE

Links
Home
Glossary
Thesaurus