Assistant Professor of Finance
Founding Director, Pepperdine Private Capital Markets Project
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John Paglia conducts research on privately-held companies and the markets in which they raise capital. He comments on the behaviors, investment characteristics and market cues influencing the decisions of small business owners, entrepreneurs, capital providers (angel investors, venture capital, private equity funds, mezzanine funds, commercial lenders, asset-backed lenders, factors, and equipment leasing), intermediaries (investment bankers and business brokers), business appraisers, and limited partners. He specializes in the valuation of privately-held companies and financial economic trends.
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