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Conscious uncoupling: exit strategies for private equity partners and directors

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25 January 2022

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Conscious uncoupling: exit strategies for private equity partners and directors



Overview

CM Murray and PER look at the strategies and legalities surrounding the exit of a partner or director from a private equity firm. Considering both the firm’s and the individual’s point of view, the panel will home in on the issues surrounding good and bad leavers, forfeitures and clawbacks; references and key client relationships and ownership of the track record.

Sign up for our online webinar on 25th January 2022 at 13.00 to hear our experts share their advice on the legalities and practicalities of exiting a partnership.

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Format

Digital event


Agenda

13:00 Welcome by Natalie Whiley, Head of Training, BVCA

13:05 Panel discussion

14:00 Webinar close 


Speakers

Zulon Begum, Partner, CM Murray 

Zulon Begum is a partner at CM Murray LLP specialising in Partnership and Corporate Law, and leads the non-contentious partnership practice at the firm. Zulon has extensive experience of advising professional and financial services firms and senior equity partners on a range of partnership and corporate matters. She has particular expertise in transactional work and regularly advises senior management in partnership businesses on a broad range of sensitive and strategically important issues. Zulon acts for clients in diverse sectors, including law firms, accountants, architects, real estate consultants, patent attorneys, insurance/reinsurance brokers/underwriters, private equity houses, and hedge funds. She has played a key role in a number of high-profile professional services firm mergers, both national and international.

Chambers and Partners UK 2022 ranked Zulon in Band 3 for Partnership (Non-Contentious), she is recognised as being “…confident, knowledgeable and very bright.”

Legal 500 UK 2022 named Zulon a ‘Next Generation Partner’ in Partnership. “Zulon Begum combines a deep understanding of the governance of partnerships with a pragmatic approach to advising them.”


Beth Hale, Partner, CM Murray 

Beth Hale is a Partner specialising in Employment and Partnership law and also acts as General Counsel for the firm.

Beth is extremely well-regarded and has a particular strength in explaining and simplifying complex legal concepts. She has extensive experience advising employers and employees on all aspects of employment law with a particular specialism advising on misconduct and investigations, frequently involving multiple disciplines and jurisdictions. Beth provides day to day advice on HR and management issues, including drafting contracts and restrictive covenants, managing sickness absence, disciplinary and grievance procedures, whistleblowing issues and performance management. Beth is often instructed in relation to senior departures by both senior executives and employers. She is also experienced in representing clients in litigation in both the Employment Tribunal and the High Court.

In addition, Beth advises partners, partnerships, LLP members and LLPs on a wide range of issues including partner exits, discrimination, whistleblowing, expulsion and enforcement of restrictive covenants. She has significant experience advising professional services firms on partner misconduct issues, including investigations and disciplinary matters, often involving sexual harassment and featuring both criminal and regulatory issues.

Beth has advised clients in a number of sectors, including financial services, private equity, rail, charitable, retail and hospitality, accountancy and legal.

Beth is ranked in Band 3 for Employment (Senior Executive) by Chambers and Partners UK 2021 and is described as “absolutely excellent”, “fantastically knowledgeable and always able to see the bigger picture”. She is also recognised as a “Key Lawyer” by Legal 500 UK 2021, and was recommended as a “Global Leader” in Labour and Employment by Who’s Who Legal 2020.


Naz Karimbhai, International Head of HR, HPS Investment Partners 

 

Naz Karimbhai is the International Head of HR at HPS Investment Partners. Prior to HPS, Naz was HR Director and Head of Talent for Bridgepoint, a global mid market private equity firm. In addition to being a senior HR business partner, she has experience in talent acquisition, diversity & inclusion, employee engagement initiatives, development, employee relations and reward. Prior to Bridgepoint, Naz was an HR director at PwC. She has a Business Commerce degree from Birmingham University and a Masters in HR. She is a Fellow of the CIPD.


Gail McManus, Founder & Managing Director, PER  

Gail founded PER, the leading specialist recruiter for the private markets industry, after a career at 3i. She has a deep network across private markets and is actively involved in developments that shape the sector. A passionate member of this community, she is dedicated to advancing diversity and inclusion through innovative recruitment strategies and sharing best practice.

PER sponsors the BVCA’s Minority series as part of its commitment to supporting the industry’s diversity and inclusion


Price

Complimentary and exclusive to BVCA members 

For more information and to book your place please email the BVCA events team.


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GROUP SIZE

0 - 500 PEOPLE

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