Indemnification Issues + Market Statistics: Lunch & Learn
Open to Members and Non-members (investing 3rd party capital)
The New York Chapter of Wharton Private Equity & Venture Capital Association is
pleased to invite its members to a new series of lunch & learn
sessions in conjunction with Morgan, Lewis & Bockius that will
provide a comprehensive overview of legal documentation in private
equity M&A transactions. These programs are an ideal way to learn
about both the key attributes of purchase agreements along with the
latest issues and developments in private equity M&A transactions,
while connecting with fellow alumni who are private equity investors.
FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 2017
12:00 – 1:30 pm (lunch will be served)
The offices of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius
101 Park Avenue, 39th floor (Park & 40th)
No cost for current WPEVC Members | $20 for Non-Members** | Limited seating
** Non members should be PE professionals investing 3rd party capital in deals, consistent with the requirements for membership outlined below.
Interested in becoming a member of this exclusive global network of PE/VC professionals? Membership is open to: Private
equity professionals including those who are investing venture capital,
growth capital, mezzanine capital, buyouts, private debt, or
secondaries from a dedicated fund or institutional limited partners of
funds and professionals who manage third party fund-of-funds targeting
the private equity space.
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About The Series:
The sessions will be presented by a combination private equity professionals who have been involved in negotiating deal terms along with Morgan, Lewis & Bockius partners.
The earlier sessions planned will provide a 101 introduction into the
key aspects of M&A documentation and the key terms and business
considerations associated with these documents. Later sessions will
tackle specific topics in more detail, such as representations and
warranties, indemnities, and related issues. Legal aspects, latest
market trends, and business considerations will be discussed.