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The handbook of financing growth - strategies and capital structure
Kenneth H. Marks
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
UK Publication Date

praise for The Handbook of Financing Growth

"Provides an exceptional primer for anyone seeking to understand how to finance a growing organization . . . useful for the entrepreneur, student, or financial professional. Delineates the many sources a growing company can tap to obtain financing?and shows the reader in clear, concise language how to go about it. One of the best books on the subject of finance I have read."
?Barry D. Yelton, Senior Vice President, Business Alliance Capital Corp.

"A tremendous tool for creatively growing your company. This book covers the waterfront of financing options and makes sure the business owner knows how to get a deal done and do battle with any bank or private equity investor to get the best terms."
?Rick Rickertsen, Managing Partner, Pine Creek Partners and author of Buyout: The Insider's Guide to Buying Your Own Company

"Wow! This is the book I needed a few years ago when searching for funding options for my own company. The authors have covered everything here: all types of debt and equity funding, plus the process to follow to find the right funding source for your company's circumstances. This handbook should be on every entrepreneur's bookshelf !"
?Peter Pflasterer, entrepreneur, founder, JPS Communications

"An excellent resource and must–have for anyone looking into how they should capitalize their company. It not only provides the basics of how to get a financing plan in place, but also goes a step further by explaining how companies get funded in the real world. No single resource has been able to bridge the gap between emerging growth and middle–market companies being overlooked by investment banks until now. Marks et al. have encapsulated a lifetime of financing knowledge in a single text. I recommend it to any middle–market company seeking capital."
? Christopher W. Gaertner, CFA, Managing Director, Head of Global Software Investment Banking, Global Technology Group, Lehman Brothers

"Having known the authors personally for many years, I couldn't think of a better collection of people with practical knowledge of how to finance a company. Since every growth company is in a constant search for capital, every one of them ought to own this book."
?Mitch Mumma, Managing General Partner, Intersouth Partners

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KENNETHH. MARKS is President of an emerging growth subsidiary of the Raytheon Company, and Managing Director of Marks & Company Inc. (, which provides strategic advisory and corporate development services. Mr. Marks has been involved as management, advisor, and board member with over a dozen emerging growth and middle–market companies. He is a member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO), the founding YPO Sponsor of the Young Entrepreneurs Organization (YEO), RTP, NC, as well as a member of the Council for Entrepreneurial Development, and the Association for Corporate Growth. He created and teaches "Managing Emerging Growth Companies," an MBA elective at the Hult International Business School in Boston. Mr. Marks obtained his MBA from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

LARRYE. ROBBINS is a founding partner of Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP, a premier law firm in North Carolina. Mr. Robbins is a frequent lecturer on the topics of venture capital and corporate finance. He serves on the boards of directors of entrepreneurial support organizations, technology trade associations, and charitable and arts organizations, and received his BA, MBA, and JD from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Mr. Robbins was also a Morehead Scholar at UNC.

GONZALO FERNNDEZ is a retired vice president and controller of ITT's telecom business in North Carolina. Subsequent to that, he spent fifteen years working as a finance executive for emerging growth companies. He is a past president of the Raleigh Chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants. He received his BA in accounting from Havana University, Cuba, and authored Estados Financieros (Financial Statements).

JOHN P.FUNKHOUSER has been a partner with two venture capital funds, and has operated as chief executive officer of four companies in a variety of industries, from retail to high technology. Mr. Funkhouser worked in commercial banking with Chemical Bank of New York, in investment banking with Wheat First Securities, and in venture capital with Hillcrest Group. He has an undergraduate degree from Princeton University and an MBA from the University of Virginia, Darden Graduate School of Business Administration.

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Country of Publication
New Jersey
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