In Response to Public Market Turmoil, the Private Equity Institute is Expanding its Training Program

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The Private Equity Institute is expanding both the number and type of courses it offers in anticipation of continued increases in demand for private equity training. With increasing job displacement in the mortgage and credit sectors and turmoil in the public equity markets, the Institute anticipates increased demand for its courses which help professionals transition into the rapidly growing private equity sector.

The Private Equity Institute is expanding both the number and type of courses it offers in anticipation of continued increases in demand for private equity training. With increasing job displacement in the mortgage and credit sectors and turmoil in the public equity markets, the Institute anticipates increased demand for its courses which help professionals transition into the rapidly growing private equity sector. The courses offer two days of intensive training delivered by professionals with extensive deal and asset gathering experience. The classes are held at a private club in mid-town Manhattan as well as via the web. The price of each course is $1,295.

Highlights of the courses include:

  •      How to structure and write a private placement memorandum.
  •      Practical knowledge on how to value a private company and perform a WACC calculation.
  •      Training on LBO models.
  •      Graduates of the course will be provided with contact information on over 1,000 limited partners and 10,000 general partners at private equity firms.

The Wall Street Private Equity Institute is an organization composed of professionals from leading small and medium-sized private equity firms. The Institute provides training for professionals wishing to transition into the private equity field.

For more information call 212-913-0210 or visit http://www.PrivateEquityInstitute.com (http://www.wspei.com).

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