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Private Equity Crucial Component of Healthy Economy, by Stephen Goettle

January 17, 2013

The private-equity sector fosters the creation of healthy businesses. Focused on building companies that are profitable and stable, private equity invests the capital needed for growth and endurance.

Private-equity companies utilize numerous analytical tools and research to determine the potential for strong investment returns. This research, undertaken in anticipation of the investment and updated throughout the lifetime of the transaction, encompasses assessment of the financials of the beneficiary organization as well as key factors about its industry, markets, and regions.

The due diligence performed by private-equity companies takes into account risk factors over a range of variables. In addition to financial and economic considerations, organizations weigh the strengths and weaknesses in a company’s practices. They often optimize value by providing advice and expertise to safeguard forward momentum toward the next stage of development.

A seasoned financial professional, Stephen Goettle of Massachusetts serves as a Private Equity Senior Finance Associate at Bain Capital. He recently earned the second-highest score in Massachusetts on the 2011 Uniform CPA examination. Stephen Goettle earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) at Northeastern University.

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