Equity Joint Ventures: Structuring Capital Contribution, Waterfall and Other Payment Provisions
Promoted Interest, Carried Interest, Cash Flow Splits and Related Issues
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide deal counsel on 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 critical 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?
Allen P. Ashley
Mr. Ashley concentrates his practice in the areas of US federal income taxation and the laws affecting business... | Read More
Mr. Ashley concentrates his practice in the areas of US federal income taxation and the laws affecting business entities. He represents publicly-traded and privately-held multinational corporations and privately-held real estate funds. Mr. Ashley is experienced in a broad range of business-related US federal income tax matters, including advising clients with respect to the tax aspects of domestic and international corporate acquisitions, dispositions and other reorganizations (including those involving publicly-traded corporations and REITs); capital market transactions; joint ventures; acquisition, ownership and disposition of real estate; intercompany transfer pricing and general tax planning.Close
Nathaniel M. Marrs
Mr. Marrs represents domestic and international fund sponsors and other institutional owners and operators of real... | Read More
Mr. Marrs represents domestic and international fund sponsors and other institutional owners and operators of real estate in a variety of corporate transactions, including fund formations and investments, joint ventures, portfolio and single asset acquisitions and dispositions, and financings. He has worked with open and closed-end real estate fund sponsors focused on core, value-add and opportunistic strategies.Close