Equity Joint Ventures: Structuring Capital Contribution, Waterfall and Other Payment Provisions
Navigating Promoted Interest, Carried Interest, Cash Flow Splits and Related Issues
Recording of a 90-minute CLE/CPE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to deal counsel for structuring capital contribution and distribution provisions in equity joint venture (JV) agreements. The panel will discuss key legal and tax issues and JV agreement provisions, including promoted interest, carried interest, cash flow splits and related provisions.
- Structuring capital contribution provisions
- Structuring waterfall provisions
- Promoted interest
- Carried interest
- Cash flow splits
- Tailoring tax provisions to waterfalls
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the key considerations for counsel when drafting and negotiating capital contribution provisions in JV agreements?
- What are the different types of waterfall provisions and when should each be used?
- What are the key considerations and best practices for counsel drafting and negotiating waterfall provisions in JV agreements?
- What are pitfalls to avoid when tailoring tax provisions to waterfall provisions?
Mr. Beyzaee heads his firm's tax practice and is also a member of the firm's corporate department.... | Read More
Mr. Beyzaee heads his firm's tax practice and is also a member of the firm's corporate department. He provides clients tax advice in a variety of planning matters, including structuring taxable and tax-free mergers and acquisitions, business reorganizations, real estate transactions, and issuances of debt, equity, hybrid, and derivative securities. His clients include publicly traded and privately held corporations, partnerships, business trusts, S corporations, private equity and real estate funds, financial institutions, and trade associations.Close
Michael J. Kiely
Mr. Kiely's legal practice spans all areas of real estate, including finance, development, and land... | Read More
Mr. Kiely's legal practice spans all areas of real estate, including finance, development, and land use. He has extensive experience representing developers, sellers and buyers, investors and promoters, lenders, and real estate joint ventures, with a particular emphasis on projects involving the intersection of private real estate development and government. His practice includes a substantial public/private partnership, or P3, emphasis, including governmental facilities development projects, mixed-use and transit-oriented development projects, and public finance.Close