In general, the participation in an investment with a minority share. The monitoring of the entire commitment is taken over by a main investor (lead investor), so that the support effort for the co-investor is minimized; however, compared to the lead investor, he also participates to a lesser extent in the return. Some funds have turned entirely to co-investment (specialized), thereby reducing the risk of losses. – The joint provision of capital by private funders on the one hand and the state on the other: public-private partnerships. – See cornerstone investor, innovation fund, landmark building loan, multisourcing, roadshow.
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