Quasi-Equity or Equity -Lite is suitable for organisations that are not structured to give shares (or partial ownership). Investments will remain in a business as a permanent Capital is another word for money. It refers to financial capital or money and in particular the amount of cash and other assets held by an organisation. source. The investor receives a proportionate of the future revenue generated by the enterprise. In the case of high risk investment then the investor may not receive any The money that an investor achieves from an investment. It is usually expressed as a % of the total amount invested over a period of time. It can also be called 'Rate of Return'. The monetary surplus generated by an organisation on an investment. It may be expressed as "not" (i.e. after deducting all expenses from the gross income generated by the investment) or "gross". on their investment. Examples of quasi-equity are mezzanine debt or subordinated debt. Quasi-Equity is also known as ‘Equity – Lite’.