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Gross multiple of invested capital (MOIC)

Gross multiple of invested capital (MOIC) expresses as a multiple how much a private equity company has made on the realisation of a gain, relative to how much they paid for it.

E.g; if a private equity company reports a MOIC of 1.8x. the gain is 1.8 times greater than the original invested capital.

This is similar to Carrying value, which is the original cost of an asset, less the accumulated amount of any depreciation or amortization, less the accumulated amount of any asset impairments.

 

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