Tag Archives: Emerging Markets Private Equity

Written by Megha Agarwal Singh, Director of Strategy for Lombard Global, Inc. Edited by William Billeaud, President of Lombard Global, Inc. How much would you pay for a business? Knowing what assets are worth is what determines intelligent decision making – to make a portfolio investment, pay for a takeover, sell your business and financing […]

Written by Bruce Mitchell, Senior Advisor of Lombard Global, Inc. Edited by William Billeaud, President of Lombard Global, Inc. Step 1: Establish Project Teams The Executive Team Consider utilizing two teams to implement manufacturing in China.  The initial team should be the Executive Team including the Company President and Chief Executive Officer, Division President, Corporate […]

Researched and written by: Megha Singh, Director of Global Strategy and Finance at Lombard Global, Inc. Edited by: William Billeaud, President of Lombard Global, Inc. Private Equity has traditionally reported its performance by using Internal Rate of Return (IRR).  IRR is defined as the discount rate that makes the net present value of a series of cash […]

Written by Bruce Mitchell, Senior Advisor to Lombard Global, Inc. Edited by William Billeaud, President of Lombard Global, Inc. Why would anyone want to move their manufacturing operations to the other side of the world in an ancient country and culture ruled by a Communist government? Here is one of many possible scenarios. A company […]

Written by William Billeaud Kenya is a poor but rapidly growing nation with a population of 42 million and a per capita GDP of less than one thousand dollars. In the last decade, however, six of the ten fastest-growing economies in the world were in Africa.  A lot of this has to do with the […]