June 4, 2020  
 
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Deal Flow

 

 
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Definition of Deal Flow

Deal Flow refers to how many deals a private equity firm or venture capital fund receives for evaluation and possible investment.
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Surprisingly, many large venture funds complain that they do not get enough good deal flow. At the same time, many talented venture capitalists ignore inbound deal flow. They research a market and then proactively find investments, rather than waiting passively for investment opportunities to walk in the door.

Deal Flow References On This Site

These Gaebler.com articles mention this glossary term:

  • Venture Capital As A Prelude to Acquisition - The bottomline? Firms that are pursuing an acquisition strategy should consider setting up a separate venture capital group that feeds deal flow into the acquisition group...
  • Venture Capital As A Prelude to Acquisition - The bottomline? Firms that are pursuing an acquisition strategy should consider setting up a separate venture capital group that feeds deal flow into the acquisition group...

 

 

 

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