Legal Agreements Agenda
This one-day course is designed to assist venture capital practitioners in identifying the commercial issues required to be covered by documentation. It is emphasised that the course is intended to concentrate on the underlying commercial issues rather than the examination of legal fine print.
Graham Mold is currently Head of Growth Capital at Finance Birmingham where he manages an active £56m Mezzanine Fund. Finance Birmingham is a growing VC with c£600m under management. Prior to this Graham was a Executive Director at a VC in the Midlands for 11 years and has experience of all aspects of the VC industry including raising funds from investors, setting up funds, investing, portfolio management, divesting and investor liaison. Graham is an accountant by background, working with KPMG for many years on mainly plc work and transaction support.
"A very useful VC-specific primer on key legal documents. I would have no hesitation in recommending it to colleagues."
Phil Edmondson-Jones, Beringea
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