FUNDamentals: Considerations for Family Offices

Family offices differ from other investors in a variety of ways, from being able to deploy “patient capital” and having flexible investment mandates to bringing specific operational and strategic expertise to portfolio companies. From the structuring and formation of, to operations and investments by, family offices, there are a number of fundamental considerations for principals and advisors.

This presentation will explore and focus on: what constitutes a “family office;" the formation and regulation of family offices, including compliance with the family office exemption from Investment Adviser registration; developing and implementing investment policy statements; and key investment considerations for family office investors when evaluating and investing in private funds.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, the participant will understand:

  • The family office exemption under the Investment Advisers Act
  • Considerations in forming family investment vehicles
  • Important considerations in evaluating and negotiating fund investments.

Agenda: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2021
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.

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.

Leah Neumann
Leah advises companies and institutional investors on a range of matters including debt and equity capital markets transactions, private securities offerings, fund investments, securities compliance, and corporate governance.

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: Limited partners, family offices, and in-house professionals.

Delivery Method: Group internet-based

Program Level: Intermediate

Prerequisites and Preparation: None

Cost: No fee

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