Te article deals with the form of corporate financing, which is becoming more popular yet is still underused, i.e. venture capital funds as well as their peculiarities and the procedure for attracting investments into a company. Te paper summarises the main advantages and disadvantages of venture capital funds as well as their relation with national economic development. It analyses venture capital funds operating in Lithuania, investment strategies and dynamics. Additionally, it overviews the relation between the funds and the Government. According to the venture capital accessibility ratio, Lithuania is above the European Union average and overtakes such countries as poland, Czech Republic and even Germany. However, the analysis of particular private capital transactions demonstrates that Lithuania could only compete with Central and Eastern European countries.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Strategy and Management
- Civil and Structural Engineering