PLI’s new Private Equity Funds gives you the solid understanding of private equity funds that can help you make these vehicles grow, while providing full coverage of the laws and regulations governing them.
Private Equity Funds explains the features, advantages, and drawbacks of PIPEs, SPACs, mezzanine funds, credit opportunity funds, and distressed funds, as well as the efficiencies created when private equity funds and hedge funds converge. Private Equity Funds discusses the negotiation of terms between fund sponsors and investors, including fund size, the investment program, capital commitments and contributions, distributions, and related documentation.
Private Equity Funds helps you to choose the right organizational options for funds and their sponsors; structure and implement ownership and compensation arrangements that work best for each fund; hire and retain the best fund talent; and qualify for the Securities Act’s private placement exemption, the IAA’s exclusion from registration as an investment adviser, and other exemptive relief.
Updated at least once a year, Private Equity Funds: Formation and Operation is an indispensable guidebook for all attorneys and professionals involved in private equity funds, and useful and accessible reading for investors.
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