FUNDamentals: A Mid-Market Guide to the Fund Formation Process

This session of our quarterly series will focus on the process of forming or investing in an investment fund from both the perspective of the general partner and the limited partner. We will provide an overview of what to expect as you enter the process.

Those interested in forming a fund will gain a better understanding of how an offering document, limited partnership agreement, subscription documentation, side letters, and regulatory filings come together. Those interested in investing in a fund will gain an appreciation of where those documents come from and how to approach a review and negotiation of those documents.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, the participant will understand:

  • For GP’s, what to expect when forming a fund and the steps needed to get to closing
  • For LP’s, why legal review is necessary, how it can help, and how to negotiate fund terms

Agenda: Thursday, January 27, 2022
8:00 - 9:00 AM MT

Speakers:

Amy Bowler
Amy advises both private and public companies regarding securities compliance, corporate governance, and financing matters. She advises investment fund managers regarding compliance with the Investment Advisers Act and provides general guidance for strategic fund investments.

Adam Cohen
Adam is a trusted advisor to institutional investors, fund managers, and companies in fund formation, real estate, energy, and transactions. He is a vital leader on numerous deal teams, working closely with other lawyers in the firm to achieve clients’ transactional goals.

Chris Myers
Chris assists emerging and public companies alike on a wide range of corporate transactions. He advises institutional investors in making private fund investments and counsels investment advisers in the formation and operation of private investment funds.

Ryan Nichols
Ryan advises private investment funds, their sponsors, and investors in connection with the formation, operation, and regulation of funds and with respect to investment management and strategic joint venture transactions.

Location: Webinar only. Webinar login information will be provided in the confirmation email.

CLE & CPE Information:
1.0 CPE credit recommended in Specialized Knowledge.
1.0 CLE credit pending for the State of Colorado.

Target Audience: Investment professionals, potential fund investors (including life insurance companies, pension funds, charitable organizations, etc.), and other people interested in forming a fund.

Delivery Method: Group internet-based

Program Level: Intermediate

Prerequisites and Preparation: None

Cost: No fee

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Questions? Please contact Lisa Adelberg .

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