Private Equity Forum (Thirteenth Annual)
July 9, 2012 - July 10, 2012
CLE - Live Seminar
The current economic crisis and the state of financial markets continues to have a negative impact on private equity, leading to lower levels of fund-raising and deal-making activities. There has also been increasing regulatory and legislative focus on private equity funds and their roles in the financial markets leading to the downturn, as well as their potential roles going forward. In this environment, private equity faces a number of significant challenges as it redefines itself within the rapidly changing financial and business world.
At this program, a distinguished panel of experts will discuss the basics of the private equity practice from fund formation to private equity M&A. Experts will guide you through an array of key topics, including current issues in private equity investing and private equity funds; dealing with fund sponsor issues; current regulatory and legislative issues; and how private equity funds are addressing compliance issues raised by the current environment.
This program is designed to provide an understanding of the business and legal issues relating to private equity investment.
- Registration under the Investment Advisers Act
- New regulatory environment and implications for private equity funds
- Negotiating with investors: Key issues
- Current issues in private equity M&A
- Ethical issues
- Compliance programs for private equity firms that are registered investment advisers
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