Virtually overnight the role of private equity and venture capital in the economy and society has changed once again. NautaDutilh will explore that changing role and will provide guidance on the challenges and opportunities private equity and venture capital sponsors and their portfolio companies face in these difficult times.
The Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) clearly has a significant impact on businesses across the globe. As the world reacts to the COVID-19 outbreak, private equity and venture capital play a vital role in supporting their portfolio companies in navigating the way forward. To assist sponsors and their portfolio companies in this unprecedented environment, we have started a new blog series “Private Equity and Venture Capital” which can be found here. In this blog we will feed a selection of information and guidance prepared by our experts, including comprehensive checklists, news alerts and other information sponsors and their portfolio companies may find relevant. A selection of the legal guidance and checklists prepared by NautaDutilh and shared in the blog series is included and updated on a regular basis in the list of below. Clicking on each item below will bring you to the captioned information.
- How to manage current M&A projects in the pre-signing stage
At present, the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) is having a significant impact on transactions and businesses across the globe, including those supported by private equity and venture capital. This article contains a checklist to help sponsors manage their current M&A projects in the pre-signing stage.
- Checklist for portfolio companies in financial distress
In this article we provide a checklist to help portfolio companies in getting organized in addressing signs of financial distress. We will focus on those companies which are clearly hit directly by the 'perfect storm' created by the Covid-19 outbreak and as a result run into immediate 'financial distress' and those that are likely to get into financial difficulty quite soon.
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