Ahead of the curve – Late-stage growth: a growing priority in PE portfolios

Late stage venture - potential for competitive returns with lower risk

With additional options to fund growth outside of an initial public offering (IPO), start-ups are staying private longer. The average age at which venture capital-backed companies go public has increased from about 4.5 years during the 1990s to about 6.5 years today.

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