"Buying a Majority Interest in a Hedge Fund Manager: An Acquirer's Primer on Key Structuring and Negotiating Issues" by Scott Budlong, Eric O'Meara, William Orbe and Kenneth Werner published in The Hedge Fund Law Report

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May 20, 2011

"Buying a Majority Interest in a Hedge Fund Manager: An Acquirer's Primer on Key Structuring and Negotiating Issues," authored by Richards Kibbe & Orbe LLP partners Scott C. Budlong, Eric M. O'Meara, William Q. Orbe and Kenneth E. Werner, was published in The Hedge Fund Law Report. This article examines key transaction structuring points in the acquisition of a majority interest in a hedge fund manager and the six major themes at work in such a transaction:  regulatory diligence; valuation; incentives and franchise protection; control rights; the parties' ability to increase or reduce their holdings post-closing; and investor relations.

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