Description: With the maturation of the private equity industry, private investment funds are being formed to address an increasingly diverse set of investment strategies across a broad range of asset classes and geographic regions. Structuring a private investment fund to protect the sponsor’s interests and set a good foundation for future operations in view of the changing regulatory landscape and divergent needs of investors requires a keen understanding of applicable corporate, securities, and tax laws, industry knowledge, experience with “cross-border” matters, and meticulous planning. This webinar will review the key legal and practical considerations in forming a “closed-end” private investment fund (e.g., private equity, venture capital, real estate, debt, and similarly focused fund of funds), including basic fund formation matters, common fund structures, executive/employee participation in the fund, and securities offering and compliance concerns, among other things, with the goal of helping you and your clients successfully navigate the oftentimes complex and time-consuming fund formation process.
Thursday, October 20, 2016 9:00 am to 10:30 am (Eastern)
Cole Schotz, P.C. 25 Main Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601
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