Deal flow

Deal flow (or dealflow) is a term used by finance professionals such as venture capitalists, angel investors, private equity investors and investment bankers to refer to the rate at which they receive business proposals/investment offers.wikipedia
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Angel investor

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Deal flow (or dealflow) is a term used by finance professionals such as venture capitalists, angel investors, private equity investors and investment bankers to refer to the rate at which they receive business proposals/investment offers.
Beginning in the late 1980s, angels started to coalesce into informal groups with the goal of sharing deal flow and due diligence work, and pooling their funds to make larger investments.

Finance

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Deal flow (or dealflow) is a term used by finance professionals such as venture capitalists, angel investors, private equity investors and investment bankers to refer to the rate at which they receive business proposals/investment offers.

Private equity

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Deal flow (or dealflow) is a term used by finance professionals such as venture capitalists, angel investors, private equity investors and investment bankers to refer to the rate at which they receive business proposals/investment offers.

Syndicate

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The most valuable referrals often come from entrepreneurs or companies in which the fund has previously invested; from other funds looking to syndicate a deal; and from professionals (such as attorneys and accountants) who are familiar with the fund's investment criteria.

Investment banking

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Deal flow (or dealflow) is a term used by finance professionals such as venture capitalists, angel investors, private equity investors and investment bankers to refer to the rate at which they receive business proposals/investment offers.

Business development

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In order to create and maintain a sufficient deal flow, venture capitalists and angels spend much of their time doing business development, raising their profiles by giving speeches, writing blogs, and networking with others who also work with early-stage companies.

Blog

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In order to create and maintain a sufficient deal flow, venture capitalists and angels spend much of their time doing business development, raising their profiles by giving speeches, writing blogs, and networking with others who also work with early-stage companies.

Sales presentation

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VCs and angels also regularly attend conferences and "venture fairs" where multiple companies pitch their businesses to investors.

Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act

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Deal flow on the Internet is currently undergoing a fundamental transformation due to the JOBS Acts passage in the United States.

Equity crowdfunding

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Soon, equity based deals and funds will be able to be marketed to the public through equity crowdfunding.

Venture capital

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Deal flow (or dealflow) is a term used by finance professionals such as venture capitalists, angel investors, private equity investors and investment bankers to refer to the rate at which they receive business proposals/investment offers.

History of private equity and venture capital

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History of private equity and venture capital

Deutsche Bank

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Its investment banking operations lie within the Bulge Bracket, often commanding substantial regional deal flow, and maintaining a variety of "sell side" and "buy side" departments.

Deal sourcing

Ensuring that a larger volume of deals are sourced is imperative to keeping up a viable deal flow.