Infrastructure as a Place for Private Equity?:
A Short Course From Leading U.S. Practitioners
New York, May 7
Chicago, May 21
Join us for a half-day program on "Infrastructure as a Place for Private Equity: A Short Course from Leading U.S. Practitioners" to be presented in both Chicago and New York.
Mayer Brown attorneys who are the U.S. leaders in infrastructure transactions-the Chicago Skyway and the Indiana Toll Road and ongoing transactions like the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Midway Airport-will give private equity sponsors and investors the benefit of their knowledge and insight into how infrastructure differs from typical private equity transactions.
Questions addressed will include: How does the involvement of government entities change the process of getting to a deal? How do deal structures have to change to accommodate the differing nature of infrastructure assets and the constituencies involved? What unique tax issues does infrastructure present? How do funds for infrastructure investment differ from typical private equity funds?
For private equity sponsors or investors now contemplating infrastructure, this program offers a unique opportunity to learn from the lawyers who know U.S. infrastructure transactions best.
There will be ample opportunity for Q & A in each segment of the program.
For questions, please contact:
Michelle E. DeAndrea at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 312 701-8374