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Past Event
26 January 2017

at 3:00 p.m. (CET)

Speakers

  • Dr. Julian Lemor
    T +49 69 7941 1028
  • Alex Dell
    Partner
    T +44 20 3130 3121
  • Dr. Martin Heuber, LLM
    T +49 69 7941 1128
Seminar

CFA Event: Acquisition Finance through Asset Based Lending - in the German Market

The European Chapter of the Commercial Finance Association (www.cfa.com) is presenting a moderated interactive two-panel event looking at Asset Based Lending structures for acquisition finance transactions in the German market.

Date: January 26, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. (CET)

This event will be hosted by Mayer Brown in its Frankfurt office, and will be an opportunity to hear industry thought leaders discuss market developments, key legal issues and growth opportunities.

Legal Panel: Acquisition Finance Through Asset Based Lending – Opportunities and Challenges

The panel will address the opportunities the German acquisition finance market offers in terms of adding asset based lending elements to the traditional sources of acquisition finance. It will look into typical transaction structures and recent transactions featuring these structures. It will also discuss how asset based lending elements can help sponsors to grow the business of portfolio companies and look into how the particular requirements of asset based lending are dealt with efficiently.

Private Equity Panel: The Power of ABL & Private Equity Deals in Germany: Theories & Lessons Learned

How can ABL and Private Equity work together to ensure the best outcome on a deal? Our expert panel will share their experiences of PE-backed ABL deals from a lenders view. Both panels will have the opportunity for audience Q&A. This event is geared towards international ABL dealmakers, in particular those with a private equity or alternative lending focus and debt advisors. The event will conclude with a reception giving you the chance to network with your dealmaking peers.

For registration please visit the CFA website: Register here >>

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