The Line Between Public And Private Ownership Will Blur In The "Firm Of The Future"Guest Post
Bain just-released a study “Firm of the Future” which examines new company ownership and investment models evolving to better match long-term goals with the expectations of investors.
Here’s what Bain research predicts:
The line between public and private ownership will blur. Large public companies will pursue long-term anchor investors and adopt the governance practices of leading private investors, while larger private companies will trade in secondary markets that require enhanced investor protections. The line between debt and equity will also blur, as off-balance-sheet project-based equity . . .
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