The private equity model operates on a different paradigm from traditional corporate investors in terms of its aim and objectives, the structures it employs, the manner in which it approaches an investment and its sophisticated approach to capital structuring, the management incentives and last, the use of laminated (senior and junior debt) or bifurcated (pari loan / bond) debt financing.
This is an intensive one day programme designed to cover all the major areas relevant to the deal so as to provide attendees with a toolkit to understand the LBO process, the key issues from the perspective of all the major players’ PE, management and the various providers of finance.
The PE market is dynamic so the course will provide an historical perspective together with the current trends and issues relevant in the market.
This LBO Course for Lawyers is relevant those in PE or professionals involved either directly or indirectly in private equity. Matters are approached from a pan-European perspective.
Case Study: Deriving the source and uses of funds; target equity returns of the PE fund and Management
Case Study: Deriving the target equity returns of the PE fund and Management
Case Study: Analysing & “right-sizing” the capital structure to identify the optimum funding instruments and funding structure
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