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    Paloman Case

    Overview Palamon Capital Partners is a European private equity firm operating as a generalist firm that provides expansionary or transitional funds to companies in order to let them grow and eventually go public. Palamon takes extensive measures to screen prospective companies for the desired characteristics necessary for an investment. After careful consideration, Palamon has the opportunity to invest €25.9MM in Team Systems, an Italian accounting, tax, and payroll software company, in exchange

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    Compare the Ways in Which Shakespeare and Marvell Have Used Poetic Form, Structure and Language to Present Their Thoughts and Feelings of Love

    sarcastic commentary on traditional romantic love. Chaucer’s presentation of romantic love can be viewed as more similar to that of Shakespeare’s realistic demonstration due to the similar use of nature as a metaphor to highlight how deeply affected Palamon and Arcita were by the love they had for Emilia. By comparing her to ‘May with flowers new’ evokes powerful imagery of her purity and innocence, further references to a ‘heavenly’ angel create a sense of unattainability. The respectable imagery fits

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    Palamon Capital Case

    At Palamon we are passionate about the companies we partner. Louis G. Elson Managing Partner Fabio Massimo Giuseppetti Jonathan Heathcote Holger Kleingarn Daan A. Knottenbelt Daniel Mytnik Partners Valerio Boccardi Jean Bonnavion Julian Carreras Ricardo Caupers Owen Wilson Principals Michael Beetz Pascal J. Noth Olivia Roberts Associate Principals Anthony Luzzatto Gardner Managing Director of Structured Finance Annette E. Wilson Managing Director of Investor Relations & Marketing Gary Pritchard

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    Eastboro Machine Tools Corporation

    Diamond Chemicals PLC (B): Merseyside and Rotterdam Projects VI. Management of the Corporate Capital Structure 29. Structuring Corporate Financial Policy 31. Polaroid Corporation, 1996 VIII. Valuing the Enterprise: Acquisitions and Buyouts 41. Palamon Capital Partners/TeamSystem S.P.A. iii Bruner: Case Studies in Finance: Managing for Corporate Value Creation, 4/e II. Financial Analysis and Forecasting 6. The Financial Detective, 1996 © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2003 1 CASE

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    Case Studies in Finance - Managing for Corporate Value Creation,

    Diamond Chemicals PLC (B): Merseyside and Rotterdam Projects VI. Management of the Corporate Capital Structure 29. Structuring Corporate Financial Policy 31. Polaroid Corporation, 1996 VIII. Valuing the Enterprise: Acquisitions and Buyouts 41. Palamon Capital Partners/TeamSystem S.P.A. iii Bruner: Case Studies in Finance: Managing for Corporate Value Creation, 4/e II. Financial Analysis and Forecasting 6. The Financial Detective, 1996 © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2003 1 CASE

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    The Knight Tale

    Thebes. Theseus vanquished Creon, and when the soldiers were disposing of the bodies they found two young knights, Arcite and Palamon, two royal cousins, not quite dead. Theseus ordered that they be imprisoned in Athens for life. They passed their time imprisoned in a tower in Athens until they saw Emelye in a nearby garden. Both fell immediately in love with her. Palamon compared her to Venus, and prayed escape from the prison; similarly, Arcite claimed that he would rather be dead than not have

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    Entry Into the Coffee Shop Market – Starbucks Establishes in Gothenburg

    brought back to Sweden. In the early 2000, the coffee shop boom had just landed in Sweden and there were no incumbent coffee shop chain at that time, which could be a key to Espresso House‟s success. In 2006 they were bought by the investment company Palamon Capital Partners who at the same time also bought the coffee shop Coffee Cup, these two were merged together under the name Espresso House. The Asker family still owns a part of the company. They have approximately 900 employees and a turnover 2010

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    Faysal Awan

    (place)  · The Tabard Inn; the road to Canterbury protagonists  · Each individual tale has protagonists, but Chaucer’s plan is to make none of his storytellers superior to others; it is an equal company. In the Knight’s Tale, the protagonists are Palamon and Arcite; in the Miller’s Tale, Nicholas and Alisoun; in the Wife of Bath’s Tale, the errant knight and the loathsome hag; in the Nun’s Priest’s Tale, the rooster Chanticleer. major conflict  · The struggles between characters, manifested in the

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    Servervault: “Reliable, Secure, and Wicked Fast”

    influence the degree of realization of investment. 3. In the evaluation of investment projects, in general the risk factors must take into account and calculate the extent of the risks, which is value at the risk of the investment. Case 2 PALAMON CAPITAL PARTNERS/TEAM SYSTEM S.P.A. What might explain the valuation results? The use of relative valuation methods, using earnings, book value, sales ratio and other indicators of vertical or horizontal comparison,. Considerations on the basis

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    Eastboro Machine Tools

    the influence of deal financing on other aspects of M&A deal design? Spreadsheet file: Available Palamon Capital Partners 1. What is private equity investing? Who participates in it and why? How is Palamon positioned in the industry? 2. How does private equity investing compare with public market investin? What are the similarities and differences between the two? 3. Why is Palamon interested in TeamSystem? Does it fit with Palamon’s investment stragetgy? 4. How much is 51 percent

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    The Canterbury Tales

    setting (place) · The Tabard Inn; the road to Canterbury protagonists · Each individual tale has protagonists, but Chaucer’s plan is to make none of his storytellers superior to others; it is an equal company. In the Knight’s Tale, the protagonists are Palamon and Arcite; in the Miller’s Tale, Nicholas and Alisoun; in the Wife of Bath’s Tale, the errant knight and the loathsome hag; in the Nun’s Priest’s Tale, the rooster Chanticleer. major conflict · The struggles between characters, manifested in the

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    Chaucer

    Tale. The Knight's Tale also included a pair of love-birds, though this time it was two men, two "knight brothers", who had fallen in love with the same girl. They ended up going against each other in a fight to win her hand. In the end, one man, Palamon, ended up winning Emily's hand in matrimony and they lived through a long, healthy marriage. After the Knight had finished his story, the Host pronounced the Monk to share the next tale with the group, assuming they would be going down the royal

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    Fire

    General Intra Company Transfers (ICT) Tier 2 General Tier 2 General Intra Company Transfers (ICT) Tier 2 General Tier 2 General PAKISTAN MUSLIM WELFARE SOCIETY PAL SHIPPING INTERNATIONAL LIMITED Palace Garden Restaurant Paladon Systems Limited Palamon Capital Partners Ltd Palantir Technologies UK Limited BATLEY Tier 2 (A rating) MANCHESTER Newcastle Upon Tyne Tier 2 (A rating) Northampton London London Tier 2 (A rating) Tier 2 (A rating) Northamptonshire Tier 2 (A rating) London Tier 2 (A rating)

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    The Knights Tale

    Next on the deity list is the goddess Diana. Diana is the Roman goddess of chastity, describe as, “ thou chaste goddess of the wildwood green” (Chaucer 62). The goddess makes an appearance before Emily after she prays to Diana for Arcita and Palamon to forget her. Emily wishes to remain single and be a virgin forever. Emily says, “Chaste goddess, well indeed thou knowest that I desire to be a virgin all my life,” and she tells Diana, “I do not crave the company of man” (Chaucer 63). When Emily

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    Palamon Case Study

    platforms. This could lead to more complicated technological problems down the road, as the company must keep up with their competition and rapid pace of ever changing technology. All issues aside however, I believe based on the DCF Analysis that Palamon should acquire TeamSystem at their current offer price. Our company has created several options in terms of potential exit strategies once we acquire the stake in TeamSystem. First, we could take the TeamSystem S.p.A. public and place the shares

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    Study Guide

    Took Dante Alighieri to hell to show him the different levels, 1­9 ● The Canterbury Tales ○ The Knights Tale: ■ Courtly love and Chivalry ■ Instability of human life ● Joy and suffering is never far apart ■ No one can govern themselves ■ Arcite and Palamon fight over Emelye ■ Pray to different gods ● Arcite: Mars, god of war (Ares) ● Palamon: Venus, goddess of love (Aphrodite) ● Emily: Diana, goddess of hunting ● Saturn: Zeus, decides outcomes ■ One year to get 100 years ■ Theseus ruled Athens ○ The Wife of Bath: ■ A Knight rapes one of Guinevere's maidens

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    The Development of English

    courtesy. In The Miller’s Tale, the love triangle of lower class citizens is manifested as an inversion of the chivalric code. The portrayal of love in The Miller’s Tale is propositioned by Nichols grabbing Alison by her “queynt”, in comparison to Palamon and Archites attempts, years of sighs and tears in order to reach Lady Emilye. The Millers Tale’s grand scheme revolves around the mockery of divinity and the proposition of another flood sweeping the earth; such is Noah’s in the bible. “shal

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    Tale is a tale about two knights, Arcite and Palamon, who are captured in battle and imprisoned in Athens under the order of King Theseus. While imprisoned in a tower, both see Emelye, the sister of Queen Hippolyta, and fall instantly in love with her. Both knights eventually leave prison separately: a friend of Arcite begs Theseus to release him, while Palamon later escapes. Arcite returns to the Athenian court disguised as a servant, and when Palamon escapes he suddenly finds Arcite. They fight

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    Canterbury Tales

    Arcite and Palamon. They were wounded in battle by the Duke of Athens, Theseus. The Duke decides to imprison them rather than execution. During their imprisonment they both fell in love with the Duke’s sister-in-law, Emily. After fighting over who was more worthy of Emily, Arcite was freed from prison through the help of a friend. However, he was banished from Athens and was to never return. Arcite returns in disguise as a personal attendant for Emily. When his fellow knight, Palamon, is freed

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    Case Studies in Finance, Seventh Edition - Bruner, Eades, Schill

    sale Valuing a private equity investment Financing the early-stage firm Valuing strategic alternatives 569 589 599 617 635 655 671 693 715 727 745 755 8 Hershey Foods Corporation: Bitter Times in a Sweet Place Flinder Valves and Controls Inc. Palamon Capital Partners/TeamSystem S.p.A. Purinex, Inc. Medfield Pharmaceuticals Foreword The half-decade from 2008 to 2013 forced a series of “teachable moments” into the consciousness of leaders in both business and government. More such moments may

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    The Portrayal and Function of Courtly Romance Convention in Chaucer`S Canterbury Tales.

    him by becoming faithful and beautiful all the time. The Knight’s Tale describes how two kinsmen Arcite and Palamon fall in love with the same woman named Emily, whom they first see out of their prison window. Emily is the niece of King Theseus. Arcite gains his freedom but is banished from Athens. He comes back masked since he cannot bear to live away from Emily. In the meanwhile Palamon breaks out of prison and coincidentally meets Arcite in a forest grove. Here Theseus discovers them fighting

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    Canterbury

    (PLACE) · The Tabard Inn; the road to Canterbury PROTAGONISTS · Each individual tale has protagonists, but Chaucer’s plan is to make none of his storytellers superior to others; it is an equal company. In the Knight’s Tale, the protagonists are Palamon and Arcite; in the Miller’s Tale, Nicholas and Alisoun; in the Wife of Bath’s Tale, the errant knight and the loathsome hag; in the Nun’s Priest’s Tale, the rooster Chanticleer. MAJOR CONFLICT · The struggles between characters, manifested in the

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    Ivanhoe

    armourers on palfreys ride, Files in their hands, and hammers at their side; And nails for loosen'd spears, and thongs for shields provide. The yeomen guard the streets in seemly bands; And clowns come crowding on, with cudgels in their hands. —Palamon and Arcite The condition of the English nation was at this time sufficiently miserable. King Richard was absent a prisoner, and in the power of the perfidious and cruel Duke of Austria. Even the very place of his captivity was uncertain, and

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    Corporate Finance – MBA 8020 Summer 2016 Palamon Capital Partners/Team System S.p.A Introduction: Palamon Capital Partners is a generalist private equity firm that invests in existing companies that are not mature, and operates in the United Kingdom, and founded in 1999 with initial raised funds of EURO 440 Million. The company aims 35% return on a single portfolio investment, and 20-25% blended portfolio net return. The firm’s plan is to gain control of shares in the

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    Cases Questions

    HBS Case- “Leveraged Betas and the Cost of Equity No Questions IX. C16- The Boeing 7E 7* 5 X. C26- Jet Blue Airways, IPO Valuation* 6 XI.a C35- Merton Electronics 7 XI.b C36- Carefour S. A.* 8 XI.c C44- Palamon Capital Partners* 9 XII. GM Dividend Policy Negotiation (Information to be provided by Dr. Kiss) * Note: Excel Spreadsheets containing some of the exhibits from the case are available for this case at www.mhhe.com/bruner5e FIN 620

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