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Evergreen funding

A British term referring to the gradual injection of capital into a new or existing enterprise.
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Evergreen Funding

A situation in which a start-up receives funding in small amounts over a long period of time. This differs from an IPO or some venture capital investments, which tend to be large, one-time-only capital infusions. This tends to be a lower risk arrangement for those providing capital to the start-up, because if it fails in the meantime, no further capital infusions will be required.
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With an evergreen fund and the focus on the fundamentals of investment, the BMCP team will combine capital with legal, technology and financial expertise to support the development of technology that has true impact, longevity and tangible ROI.
Any returns made from Finance Durham's investments will be pumped back into the funding pot, creating an evergreen fund with a shelf life well beyond its initial 10-year investment model.
of Canada's US-based Sagard Capital evergreen fund subsidiary has acquired a total of 1,950,215 common shares of Canadian sporting goods maker Performance Sports Group Ltd.
The North West Fund is an evergreen fund supported by the European Investment Bank and European Regional Development Fund to supply debt and equity funding to growing small and medium-sized enterprises in the North West of England.
The Roseview Group on behalf of the Roseview Evergreen Fund, a $500 million discretionary real estate separate account with a major U.S.
PS6m deal advised in city Wragge & Co's banking and finance team has advised the North West Evergreen Fund on its first-ever investment in an urban regeneration project.
Malcolm Page, deputy chief executive at ONE, said: "What we have established is an evergreen fund, a revolving fund that will be here for a long time to come."
He said: "What we have established today is an evergreen fund, a revolving fund that will be here for a long time to come."
"It is an evergreen fund. As returns are realised, they will be reinvested." A private sector board to manage the fund is yet to be put together.
In contrast, the Evergreen fund had a 33.4% return in 1999, according to Lipper.
For example, Clerical Medical's Evergreen fund invests in firms in recycling, water treatment, waste collection and renewable energy.
The Fund is an REIT under a 506(c) designation, which is an evergreen fund focusing on 75% value-add, and 25% cash-flowing commercial real estate investments.
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