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Focus on Culture and Conduct Brings New Considerations for Corporates and Investors

Companies and investors must consider the impact that poor corporate culture may have on their potential to achieve an exit, in particular an IPO. By David Berman, Richard Butterwick, Chris Horton, Robbie McLaren, Anna Ngo, Nell Perks, Catherine Campbell, and Charlotte Collins It is now apparent that no institution or business unit, whatever its geography, … Continue Reading

Culture and Conduct Ahead of Exit — Key Points for Private Equity

Buyout firms planning an acquisition or preparing a portfolio company for exit must consider the impact of poor corporate culture, particularly on a potential IPO. By David Berman, Chris Horton, Robbie McLaren, Anna Ngo, Nell Perks, Charlotte Collins, Catherine Campbell, Tom Evans, and David Walker No institution, whatever its geography, industry, sector, or size, is … Continue Reading

Cornerstone Investments: A Foundation for Private Equity-Sponsored IPO Exits

Cornerstone investments can assist a firm’s overall exit objective, particularly when there are bidders for a portfolio company but no outright buyer. By James Inness, Tom Evans, David Walker, Sonica Tolani, Connor Cahalane, and Catherine Campbell Cornerstone investments, which involve taking a stake in an about-to-list company, have been popular in Asia and in Nordic countries for … Continue Reading

Could Spotify’s Direct Listing Process Be Used In Europe?

By James Inness and Sean Meehan Latham & Watkins recently advised the largest global music streaming subscription service in the world, Spotify, on its successful New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) listing using a novel direct listing process. Spotify’s direct listing did not involve a primary or secondary offer. In addition, no underwriters were appointed, no … Continue Reading
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