In a new video from Freedom Factory, Tyler Tysdal is introduced by business partner Robert Hirsch. Tysdal known for his background within private equity and managing millions of dollars is also a skilled negotiator and business broker. Together Tysdal and Hirsch started Freedom Factory to help entrepreneurs to sell their business, or to help them find and buy a business that fits their needs.
Who is Tyler Tysdal?
Watch the video below to learn more about Tysdal’s experience and strengths.
Tysdal graduated from Georgetown University with a B.S.B.A. in Finance and earned his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. Tysdal is married to Natalie Tysdal, an anchorwoman for Fox News Denver KDVR. Together they both work to make an impact within their community with opportunities around Colorado.
Companies Worked For
With nearly 20 years of experience handling assets, Tyler Tysdal either managed or co-managed non-discretionary, approximately $1.7 billion in private equity for ultra-wealthy families in markets such as oil, health care and gas, real estate, sports and entertainment, specialized financing, technology, water, and services companies. His group recommended clients to invest in nearly 100 entrepreneurial companies, funds, personal lending offers, and real estate.
Tysdal has worked with several private equity firms and investment companies managing millions of dollars from all different types of investors.
- TitleCard Capital Group LLC
- Cobalt Sports Capital
- Impact Opportunities Fund
- Tivis Capital
Tyler Tysdal Discusses Private Equity
Tysdal mentions that technically speaking, venture capital falls under the umbrella of private equity however it is typically gone over as being a different type of investment. VC funds aim to buy low stakes in brand-new businesses such as a start-up and after that look for to use sponsorship and experience to impact chances and help the company to reach its objectives. Typically, the state of investment will be early and business types will be those that are in rapid growth markets.
Three Types of Private Equity
Tyler talks about 3 different types of venture capital and how they differ.
- Venture Capital
- Growth Equity
- Leveraged Buyouts
This is a fairly high-risk method with an easy objective, invest, grow and after that offer the valuable stake and share earnings amongst investors.
Growth equity sits someplace in between later-stage equity capital financial investment and leveraged buyout, and it involves a fund offering financial support for a company, which is looking for development, for a sizable however not controlling stake in business. This growth might be natural or it could be done utilizing mergers and acquisitions. The growth equity fund will look at this as a short term financial investment and as soon as growth is accomplished it will sell off the stake and spread out the profits amongst its investors.
There are obviously lots of differences in between these 3 financial investment funds, from the phase of investment, the height of the danger and the kinds of industries, which are being invested into, not to discuss the stake which the fund will want to get in return for its investment.
PE funds will look to take full control of a having a hard time business, using the swimming pool of funds which it has actually along with borrowed cash. Development equity sits somewhere between later-stage endeavor capital financial investment and leveraged buyout, and it includes a fund offering monetary assistance for a service, which is looking for development, for a large however not controlling stake in the business. The growth equity fund will look at this as a short term financial investment and once development is accomplished it will sell off the stake and spread out the revenues amongst its financiers.
PE funds will look to take full control of a having a hard time company, using the swimming pool of funds which it has along with obtained cash. Once this is finished and the value increases, the PE fund will then look to offer the service in its entirety, repay any cash which has been obtained and then share out the revenues among its financiers.
Currently Tysdal spends most of his time in business educating entrepreneurs through his videos and podcasts. He’s teaching entrepreneurs how to build and sell their business to have true financial freedom.