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26 February 2019

Registration
8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

Program
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Location
Mayer Brown
1221 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020-1001

Speakers

Anna T. Pinedo, Kevin Gsell (Nasdaq Private Markets) and Gregory Ogborn (Wells Fargo Securities)
Seminar

Late Stage Private Placements & Private Secondary Market Liquidity

Successful privately held companies considering their liquidity opportunities or eyeing an IPO often turn to late stage private placements. Late stage private placements with institutional  investors, cross-over investors and strategic investors raise a number of considerations distinct from those arising in earlier stage and venture financing transactions.  Privately held companies also have become more comfortable sponsoring  liquidity programs for early investors, employees and consultants, as well as allowing these holders to sell to cross-over investors in late stage investment rounds.

During our session, Kevin Gsell, Nasdaq Private Markets, Gregory Ogborn, Wells Fargo Securities and Partner Anna Pinedo will discuss:

  • Timing and process for late stage private placements;
  • Terms of late stage private placements;
  • Principal concerns for cross-over funds;
  • Diligence, projections and information sharing;
  • IPO and acquisition ratchets;
  • Participation by strategic investors;
  • Issuer and third-party tender offers;
  • Private secondary market opportunities.

CLE credit is pending.

For additional information please contact Amanda Micsak at amicsak@mayerbrown.com or +1 212 506 2343. 

To register, please click here.

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