A CFO’s Life in Private Equity – Part IV - Onboarding And Getting Used to a New Dance Partner

All private equity firms are in the business of generating a return with someone else’s money. The ultimate metric of that is ROIC and there is a lot of research shows that it is linked to long term value[1]. While most finance people know it is Net income / Net Assets, what makes up that metric is viewed quite differently by the private equity firm compared to the previous owners of your company. Here are the major items that you need to navigate as the finance leader in your organization.


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