March 13, 2016
Interviewed by: David Snow
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When Founders Can’t be CEO

Investing in a growing company often means finding a role for the founder postacquisition. But not every founder makes for a good CEO, and founders that might be good CEOs are sometimes resistant to changing their duties. Experts from 3i, The Riverside Company and ADP discuss:
  • The very important alignment discussion that must come early in the deal
  • The need for a founder to decide what he or she wants to get out of the investment
  • Best practices in vetting founders/CEOs prior to an investment
Investing in a growing company often means finding a role for the founder postacquisition. But not every founder makes for a good CEO, and founders that might be good CEOs are sometimes resistant to changing their duties. Experts from 3i, The Riverside Company and ADP discuss:
  • The very important alignment discussion that must come early in the deal
  • The need for a founder to decide what he or she wants to get out of the investment
  • Best practices in vetting founders/CEOs prior to an investment

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