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Passive, Synthetic Royalty Financing Opportunity

Thursday, February 19, 2009
The investment thesis and approach allows them to "exit quarterly" through cash payments rather than relying on the capital markets to generate liquidity - as the investments begin to return capital immediately.

A SQUARE :: 19Feb09 Passive, Synthetic Royalty Financing Opportunity
Category Intellectual Property Rights
Author Sona Blessing
Target returns that fall between equity and mezzanine debt, or the mid-teen’s to the mid 20’s, depending on the risk of the specific investment
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