Publications

Publications

Publications

Publications

Publications

The Arrogance of Money

2009, Oesch Verlag

For years, funds have been withdrawn from the economy in order to invest them purely speculatively. These funds no longer flow back, they are lost in the public domain, and will be lost forever. We are all casualty, but from an entrepreneurial point of view it is mainly small and medium-sized businesses that are downright ruined. Responsible for this is a new "species" human being, a new money elite of speculators, who uses the money pots of the general public with almost morbid greed.

The author vividly discusses the disgusting system of these people. Above all, he gives names. I can't believe who belongs to it. The author puts facts on the table. Nevertheless, the book reads like an exciting novel. Decades of experience in the global economy enable the author to portray the arrogance of money in a form never before published.

Available in german only

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The Arrogance of Money

2009, Oesch Verlag

For years, funds have been withdrawn from the economy in order to invest them purely speculatively. These funds no longer flow back, they are lost in the public domain, and will be lost forever. We are all casualty, but from an entrepreneurial point of view it is mainly small and medium-sized businesses that are downright ruined. Responsible for this is a new "species" human being, a new money elite of speculators, who uses the money pots of the general public with almost morbid greed.

The author vividly discusses the disgusting system of these people. Above all, he gives names. I can't believe who belongs to it. The author puts facts on the table. Nevertheless, the book reads like an exciting novel. Decades of experience in the global economy enable the author to portray the arrogance of money in a form never before published.

Available in german only

Buy now

The Arrogance of Money

2009, Oesch Verlag

For years, funds have been withdrawn from the economy in order to invest them purely speculatively. These funds no longer flow back, they are lost in the public domain, and will be lost forever. We are all casualty, but from an entrepreneurial point of view it is mainly small and medium-sized businesses that are downright ruined. Responsible for this is a new "species" human being, a new money elite of speculators, who uses the money pots of the general public with almost morbid greed.

The author vividly discusses the disgusting system of these people. Above all, he gives names. I can't believe who belongs to it. The author puts facts on the table. Nevertheless, the book reads like an exciting novel. Decades of experience in the global economy enable the author to portray the arrogance of money in a form never before published.

Available in german only

Buy now

The Arrogance of Money

2009, Oesch Verlag

For years, funds have been withdrawn from the economy in order to invest them purely speculatively. These funds no longer flow back, they are lost in the public domain, and will be lost forever. We are all casualty, but from an entrepreneurial point of view it is mainly small and medium-sized businesses that are downright ruined. Responsible for this is a new "species" human being, a new money elite of speculators, who uses the money pots of the general public with almost morbid greed.

The author vividly discusses the disgusting system of these people. Above all, he gives names. I can't believe who belongs to it. The author puts facts on the table. Nevertheless, the book reads like an exciting novel. Decades of experience in the global economy enable the author to portray the arrogance of money in a form never before published.

Available in german only

Buy now

The Arrogance of Money

2009, Oesch Verlag

For years, funds have been withdrawn from the economy in order to invest them purely speculatively. These funds no longer flow back, they are lost in the public domain, and will be lost forever. We are all casualty, but from an entrepreneurial point of view it is mainly small and medium-sized businesses that are downright ruined. Responsible for this is a new "species" human being, a new money elite of speculators, who uses the money pots of the general public with almost morbid greed.

The author vividly discusses the disgusting system of these people. Above all, he gives names. I can't believe who belongs to it. The author puts facts on the table. Nevertheless, the book reads like an exciting novel. Decades of experience in the global economy enable the author to portray the arrogance of money in a form never before published.

Available in german only

Buy now

Private Equity

2007, BWV Verlag

Recently, the term "private equity" has increasingly been used in the media. What exactly is behind this? Whether Chrysler or Hilton, it's always billions - how is private equity supposed to work for SMEs? Who are the locusts and sharks in this industry and how do you protect yourself from them?

In principle, such billion-euro transactions do not require private equity sharks - no locusts. This can be regulated by the global financial market itself. Private equity investors are needed for small and medium-sized businesses. In all industrialized countries, small and medium-sized enterprises are the state-supporting stratum, and indeed the backbone of the national economy.

The author writes as an entrepreneur for entrepreneurs - as a medium-sized enterprise for all those who are connected with the middle class. The relevant terms are presented and questions answered in a clear and easy to read way, the possible applications for small and medium-sized enterprises are presented in a pragmatic manner and the entrepreneurial prerequisites for the investment process are analysed. The author discusses the effects of international multilateral agreements (BASEL II) and succeeds in refreshingly drawing the still unknown European Company (SE) into the vicinity of the private equity industry. Forward-thinking and innovative. With an example from practice, the author shows how a private equity investment can be successfully implemented in a medium-sized company and which role often also plays the right bit of luck!

A textbook - written like an exciting novel. A book for all entrepreneurs, executives, lawyers, tax advisors, auditors, business students - but above all a' must' for all people who are interested in everyday business life.

Available in german only

Buy now

Private Equity

2007, BWV Verlag

Recently, the term "private equity" has increasingly been used in the media. What exactly is behind this? Whether Chrysler or Hilton, it's always billions - how is private equity supposed to work for SMEs? Who are the locusts and sharks in this industry and how do you protect yourself from them?

In principle, such billion-euro transactions do not require private equity sharks - no locusts. This can be regulated by the global financial market itself. Private equity investors are needed for small and medium-sized businesses. In all industrialized countries, small and medium-sized enterprises are the state-supporting stratum, and indeed the backbone of the national economy.

The author writes as an entrepreneur for entrepreneurs - as a medium-sized enterprise for all those who are connected with the middle class. The relevant terms are presented and questions answered in a clear and easy to read way, the possible applications for small and medium-sized enterprises are presented in a pragmatic manner and the entrepreneurial prerequisites for the investment process are analysed. The author discusses the effects of international multilateral agreements (BASEL II) and succeeds in refreshingly drawing the still unknown European Company (SE) into the vicinity of the private equity industry. Forward-thinking and innovative. With an example from practice, the author shows how a private equity investment can be successfully implemented in a medium-sized company and which role often also plays the right bit of luck!

A textbook - written like an exciting novel. A book for all entrepreneurs, executives, lawyers, tax advisors, auditors, business students - but above all a' must' for all people who are interested in everyday business life.

Available in german only

Buy now

Private Equity

2007, BWV Verlag

Recently, the term "private equity" has increasingly been used in the media. What exactly is behind this? Whether Chrysler or Hilton, it's always billions - how is private equity supposed to work for SMEs? Who are the locusts and sharks in this industry and how do you protect yourself from them?

In principle, such billion-euro transactions do not require private equity sharks - no locusts. This can be regulated by the global financial market itself. Private equity investors are needed for small and medium-sized businesses. In all industrialized countries, small and medium-sized enterprises are the state-supporting stratum, and indeed the backbone of the national economy.

The author writes as an entrepreneur for entrepreneurs - as a medium-sized enterprise for all those who are connected with the middle class. The relevant terms are presented and questions answered in a clear and easy to read way, the possible applications for small and medium-sized enterprises are presented in a pragmatic manner and the entrepreneurial prerequisites for the investment process are analysed. The author discusses the effects of international multilateral agreements (BASEL II) and succeeds in refreshingly drawing the still unknown European Company (SE) into the vicinity of the private equity industry. Forward-thinking and innovative. With an example from practice, the author shows how a private equity investment can be successfully implemented in a medium-sized company and which role often also plays the right bit of luck!

A textbook - written like an exciting novel. A book for all entrepreneurs, executives, lawyers, tax advisors, auditors, business students - but above all a' must' for all people who are interested in everyday business life.

Available in german only

Buy now

Private Equity

2007, BWV Verlag

Recently, the term "private equity" has increasingly been used in the media. What exactly is behind this? Whether Chrysler or Hilton, it's always billions - how is private equity supposed to work for SMEs? Who are the locusts and sharks in this industry and how do you protect yourself from them?

In principle, such billion-euro transactions do not require private equity sharks - no locusts. This can be regulated by the global financial market itself. Private equity investors are needed for small and medium-sized businesses. In all industrialized countries, small and medium-sized enterprises are the state-supporting stratum, and indeed the backbone of the national economy.

The author writes as an entrepreneur for entrepreneurs - as a medium-sized enterprise for all those who are connected with the middle class. The relevant terms are presented and questions answered in a clear and easy to read way, the possible applications for small and medium-sized enterprises are presented in a pragmatic manner and the entrepreneurial prerequisites for the investment process are analysed. The author discusses the effects of international multilateral agreements (BASEL II) and succeeds in refreshingly drawing the still unknown European Company (SE) into the vicinity of the private equity industry. Forward-thinking and innovative. With an example from practice, the author shows how a private equity investment can be successfully implemented in a medium-sized company and which role often also plays the right bit of luck!

A textbook - written like an exciting novel. A book for all entrepreneurs, executives, lawyers, tax advisors, auditors, business students - but above all a' must' for all people who are interested in everyday business life.

Available in german only

Buy now

Private Equity

2007, BWV Verlag

Recently, the term "private equity" has increasingly been used in the media. What exactly is behind this? Whether Chrysler or Hilton, it's always billions - how is private equity supposed to work for SMEs? Who are the locusts and sharks in this industry and how do you protect yourself from them?

In principle, such billion-euro transactions do not require private equity sharks - no locusts. This can be regulated by the global financial market itself. Private equity investors are needed for small and medium-sized businesses. In all industrialized countries, small and medium-sized enterprises are the state-supporting stratum, and indeed the backbone of the national economy.

The author writes as an entrepreneur for entrepreneurs - as a medium-sized enterprise for all those who are connected with the middle class. The relevant terms are presented and questions answered in a clear and easy to read way, the possible applications for small and medium-sized enterprises are presented in a pragmatic manner and the entrepreneurial prerequisites for the investment process are analysed. The author discusses the effects of international multilateral agreements (BASEL II) and succeeds in refreshingly drawing the still unknown European Company (SE) into the vicinity of the private equity industry. Forward-thinking and innovative. With an example from practice, the author shows how a private equity investment can be successfully implemented in a medium-sized company and which role often also plays the right bit of luck!

A textbook - written like an exciting novel. A book for all entrepreneurs, executives, lawyers, tax advisors, auditors, business students - but above all a' must' for all people who are interested in everyday business life.

Available in german only

Buy now