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How To Become A Business Angel: Practical advice for aspiring investors in unquoted companies by Richard Hargreaves

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Chapter 9: Resolving Corporate Issues

Introduction

This chapter looks at some of the most common problems that can, and do, arise as a company develops and considers ways in which they can be resolved. There are, of course, many more problems than the ones I discuss here but I have chosen to focus on those that the actively involved investor is most likely to be able to help with. Most of the problems I look at are not new or unique to individual companies, so there are lessons to be learned from the experiences of others.

In the case studies at the end of the chapter I have described solutions adopted in real examples.

Failure to develop to plan

It is almost axiomatic that new ventures do not develop to plan. It is not easy to predict ...

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