Pepperdine Private Capital Markets Report
The Pepperdine private cost of capital survey was originally launched in 2007 and is the first comprehensive and simultaneous investigation of the major private capital market segments. This year’s survey specifically examined the behavior of senior lenders, asset-based lenders, mezzanine funds, private equity groups, venture capital firms, angel investors, privately-held businesses, investment bankers, business brokers, limited partners, and business appraisers. The Pepperdine survey investigated, for each private capital market segment, the important benchmarks that must be met in order to qualify for capital, how much capital is typically accessible, what the required returns are for extending capital in today’s economic environment, and outlooks on demand for various capital types, interest rates, and the economy in general. Our findings indicate that the cost of capital for privately-held businesses varies significantly by capital type, size, and risk assumed.

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Submissions from 2018

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2018 Private Capital Markets Report, Craig R. Everett

Submissions from 2017

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2017 Private Capital Markets Report, Craig R. Everett

Submissions from 2016

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2016 Private Capital Markets Report, Craig R. Everett

Submissions from 2015

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2015 Private Capital Markets Report, Craig R. Everett

Submissions from 2014

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2014 Private Capital Markets Report, Craig R. Everett

Submissions from 2013

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2013 Private Capital Markets Report, John K. Paglia

Submissions from 2012

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2012 Private Capital Markets Report, John K. Paglia

Submissions from 2011

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2011 Private Capital Markets Report, John K. Paglia

Submissions from 2010

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2010 Private Capital Markets Report (Summer), John K. Paglia

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2010 Private Capital Markets Report (Winter), John K. Paglia

Submissions from 2009

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2009 Private Capital Markets Report, John K. Paglia