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By popular demand, this webinar will focus on preparing an effective private placement memorandum (PPM) and its importance to fund sponsors and investors.
The PPM allows a sponsor to tell its investment story, while ensuring there is alignment of interests among sponsors and investors, a clear understanding of fund terms and investment risk transparency. In addition to discussing the regulatory framework and whether a PPM is advisable under various circumstances, we will review the common structure of a PPM.
After completing this course, the participant will understand:
- For sponsors, the importance of and how to prepare an effective PPM.
- For investors, how to efficiently and effectively review a PPM.
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 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.
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 advises companies and institutional investors on a range of matters including public debt and equity capital markets transactions, private securities offerings, fund investments, securities compliance, and corporate governance.
CLE & CPE Information:
1.0 CPE credit recommended in Specialized Knowledge.
1.0 CLE credit pending for the State of Colorado.
Target Audience: Those interested in forming funds or raising capital for a new or existing fund, investment professionals, and fund investors (including life insurance companies, pension funds, charitable organizations, etc.).
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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