Private Equity Fund Formation in 2012
Navigating Capital Raising Under a New Regulatory Landscape: Dodd Frank, JOBS Act, the Volcker Rule, and ILPA Revised Principles
L. Charles Bartz, Senior Advisor at BerchWood Partners, will be a panelist in an upcoming Strafford live phone/web seminar, "Private Equity Fund Formation in 2012? scheduled for Wednesday, September 12.
The private funds industry has recently experienced a large number of regulatory and structural changes. Capital is beginning to flow with more regularity outside the U.S. into emerging market funds, primarily into the BRICs and into new markets such as Latin America and Africa. Fundraising continues to be difficult in the U.S., particularly for sponsors raising first and second funds, with capital going into sectors such as healthcare, energy and technology.
The panelists will identify the most significant trends in private equity fund formation from a capital raising, regulatory and negotiations standpoint and offer perspectives and guidance on these and other critical questions:
- What are the most significant changes impacting private equity fund formation from a capital raising perspective?
- What are some recent structural changes taking place in the market?
- How are the new regulations under Dodd Frank, the JOBS Act and Volcker Rule impacting private equity fund formation?
- How do the updated ILPA principles impact initial fundraising negotiations?
For more information and details on how to register, visit: Private Equity Fund Formation in 2012