Unconventional Debt & Equity Financing

Understand the latest sources and structures, competing interests of equity investors and lenders, and emerging legal issues

  • Product Number: 2140265P01
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    New sources of capital for start-ups, emerging growth companies, and enterprise value borrowers have evolved and changed the nature and structure of the capital stack. In todays market higher risk angel investors, side car angel investments, debt and equity "debtequity" funds for accredited investors, family offices, and managed investor pools are new sources for financing companies that traditional investors and lenders do not consider. Structuring, documenting, and closing these unconventional deals requires knowledge of the new capital sources, an understanding of their goals, and critical skills in structuring the financing to promote growth, earn annualized yield, and reap above-market returns at exit. Learn how to draft and negotiate agreements between the company/borrower and various equity investors, equity investors and lenders, and non-traditional lenders. Also, understand the parties rights and duties when the company does not succeed, including the recharacterization of equity into debt and subordination of lien rights in foreclosure.

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    William Contente, Esq.,
    Peter M. Sherwood, Prides Crossing Capital, Boston