The shareholders of an electronic surveillance company, with permits and licenses, know-how, equipment, among others, are interested in transferring 100% of their shares with a given price of US$ 850,000 (eight hundred fifty thousand and 00/100 American dollars). The probable recovery scenario (according to studies carried out by them) is of 5.5 years with an annual average return of 28% (term of 9 years).
In the same way, as an alternative, the capital injection of US$ 300,000 is proposed for 30% of the company’s shares, with a probable recovery scenario of 6.6 years and an internal return rate to 9 years of 26.93 in Soles. Partial disbursements of capital, estimated to be executed at the beginning of each year, according to the capital requirement for each year until reaching equilibrium. These disbursements would be conditioned to the fulfillment of the goals of number of clients and/or income. In addition, the investor would receive 100% of the free cash flow for the shareholders until their capital is recovered.