Private Equity M&A Key Deal Terms in a Changing Market
Rollover Equity, the "Buy-And-Build" Strategy, Earnouts, Seller Paper, Reverse Break-Up Fees, Rep and Warranty Insurance
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide M&A counsel concerning key private equity M&A transaction deal terms such as rollover equity; the "buy-and-build" strategy; earnouts; seller paper; reverse break-up fees; and representation and warranty insurance.
- Current trends in private equity M&A deals
- Best practices for negotiating deal terms: buyer and seller perspectives
- Rollover equity
- The "buy-and-build" strategy
- Seller paper
- Reverse break-up fees
- Representation and warranty insurance
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the most recent developments and trends for practitioners to consider when doing private equity M&A deals?
- What are the deal terms that buyers and sellers in private equity M&A deals are most frequently negotiating, and what are the buyer-favorable and seller-favorable versions of those deal terms?
- What are some best practices for counsel on both sides of the deal when structuring and negotiating private equity M&A deals?
Mr. Cross advises private equity sponsors and private and public companies on complex mergers and acquisitions,... | Read More
Mr. Cross advises private equity sponsors and private and public companies on complex mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, divestitures, joint ventures, and reorganizations. He is experienced in leading transactions all the way from beginning to completion. Mr. Cross has advised clients in transactions across a broad range of sectors, including technology and software, digital infrastructure, energy and renewables, and carbon sequestration.Close
Mr. Doyle represents borrowers and lenders and other capital providers in the structuring, negotiation, and... | Read More
Mr. Doyle represents borrowers and lenders and other capital providers in the structuring, negotiation, and documentation of a wide array of financing transactions including acquisition financings, syndicated bank loans, direct lending, debt restructurings, and a host of other commercial investment and lending matters on behalf of financial industry clients, private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies, and other public and private businesses. His clients span industries including the banking and financial industry, infrastructure, health care, pharmaceuticals, technology, energy, oil and gas, transportation, education, aerospace, industrials and manufacturing, consumer services, leisure, and retail, and utilize his experience throughout the duration of their corporate life cycles, from formation and initial investments through to mergers, acquisitions, and other transformative events.Close
Stephen P. Hanson
Mr. Hanson focuses his practice in the areas of private equity, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and emerging... | Read More
Mr. Hanson focuses his practice in the areas of private equity, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and emerging companies, and general corporate counseling. He routinely represents financial sponsors such as private equity and mezzanine debt funds (including SBICs), their respective portfolio companies, principals, sponsors, and investors; and other public and privately-held companies, with a focus on the middle market and lower middle market. Mr. Hanson assists clients with domestic and cross-border private mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, joint ventures, equity co-investments and related fund investment structures, and growth equity and acquisition debt financings.Close
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