This course is eligible for 13 hours CPD accreditation with:
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
Bar Standards Board (BSB)
Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI)
Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW)
Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA)
- The legal structure of transactions
- Preliminary safeguards
- Offer letters
- Acquisition agreements
- Banking agreements
- Warranties and indemnities
- Equity deal documentation
- Exit issues
- Legal remedies
To download the full programme for this course, click here
Individuals who have entered the private equity industry within the past two years. Participants who have already worked on a number of transactions will secure the most benefit from this course.
All training courses are available to members and non-members of the BVCA. For a full breakdown of training course prices click here.
2 days non-residential
Great overview of the legal elements and processes of an investment. It has enabled me to link together the procedure and analyse the repercussions of what is agreed at the start of the deal.
(Luis Pisco, Hudson Capital Management)
One the most practical courses out there; Representatives from various law firms provide different views of what is market practice. It was also extremely useful having people from different PE/VC firms discuss their specific experiences when negotiating legal documents.
(Tom Matthews, Sovereign Capital)
An Excellent way to expand and refresh your Private Equity legal knowledge.
(Scott Dimmock, Sovereign capital)
Clive John’s venture capital career has spanned over 20 years, the vast majority of which being with Lloyds Development Capital (LDC), one of the major players in the UK mid-market. During his time with LDC Clive completed over 30 investments and sat on as many company Boards as well as opening a new regional office and running the London head office. Before entering the vc industry Clive qualified as a chartered accountant and completed an MBA at London Business School.
Since leaving LDC Clive has been appointed as a NED of Finance Wales plc, the finance subsidiary of the Welsh Assembly Government, and was, for 4 years, Chairman of Lodestone Patient Care Ltd, a thriving digital diagnostics business. His other activities include management coaching and, of course, acting as a Course Director for the BVCA – a role he thoroughly enjoys.