Students to receive lectures and participate in discussions on the basics and intricacies of the venture capital investment process, primarily focused on the investing decision. Discussions will be supported by case studies. Students will form teams of 4 that will each identify on their own one small-cap public company to research and analyze as a venture or leveraged buyout opportunity and present written and verbal reports to the rest of the class at the preliminary stage and final stage of the investment decision. Students will be expected to plan and conduct a comprehensive research effort on their chosen company, including talking/meeting with management and other significant industry participants and analysts. They will need to document the research and write an extensive Final Investment Recommendation.
Adjunct Associate Professor of Business
David B. Haber is a member of the Tech Group and the M&A and Corporate Finance Practice Group. Mr. Haber has extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions and venture capital transactions, with an emphasis on buying and selling venture-backed companies. During his career, he has played a significant role in over $10 billion worth of transactions, with a concentration on transactions in the...