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A discussion of the regulatory and legal framework for the private equity industry, focusing on the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive and the Invest Europe Handbook of Professional Standards.
A discussion of best practice for building and managing boards of directors at portfolio companies, including an overview of the board’s legal responsibilities.
Covers key industry definitions and details the private equity investment cycle through a combination of lectures and practical examples.
A discussion of investor relations and fundraising best practice, including an update on fundraising regulation.
Introduces best practice for venture capital industry experts, covering the entire investment cycle, including fund structuring & marketing, deal structuring and valuations & exits.
Discussion of the IPEV Valuation Guidelines, focusing on valuation case studies in both venture and buyout, followed by a discussion on Invest Europe’s Investor Reporting Guidelines.
A detailed overview of the secondary transaction process and legal documentation needed. The course looks at the subject from the buyer, seller and general partner points of view.
A detailed overview of the factors influencing the selection of specific private equity and venture capital fund structures.
Introduction to key negotiation tactics: how to use them and how to respond to them effectively, both in face-to-face and online settings. The emphasis of the course on negotiation practice.
Introduces key topics of fund administration to back office personnel, including fund accounting, fund structuring, valuations, regulations, reporting and performance.
A two-day course and discussion platform for the integration of responsible investment and ESG best practice into private equity operations.
A comprehensive and up-to-date set of standards and guidelines for the private equity industry. Includes the Invest Europe Code of Conduct and Investor Reporting Guidelines.
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