Private Equity Administration
Private equity investment typically provides working capital to a target company to nurture expansion, new product development or restructuring of the company’s operations, management or ownership. Investors and funds make investments directly into private companies or conduct buyouts of public companies that result in a delisting of public equity. The majority of private equity consists of intuitional investors who can commit large sums of money for long periods of time.
This course is highly practical and focused on those who work in private equity or who wish to have a greater understanding of the background, transactions and industry. It also looks at providing a stronger understanding of the structures used, how they are managed and the role we play as administrators in Guernsey.
- Focus on the practical skills of limited partnership administration, how the structures function, transact and how are they managed
- Understand calls, distributions, capital partner statements
- Review practical capital partner statements
- Understanding the industry terminology, review of live industry examples
- Discuss the various tax implications for investors and limited partnerships
- Examining the differences between private equity and retail/vanilla funds
- Review of parties involved, LP, GP, Carry, Co-Invest, SLP, depositary and IA
- Limited partnership agreements
- Reviewing call and distribution notices, preparation of capital partner statements (with examples)
- Live fund lifecycle 'case study' example looking at how the transactions are processed and calculated; this will also focus on valuation, undrawn commitment and investor communications
- Understanding the role of private equity systems, what products exist and what do they achieve
- Basics of AIFMD and regulation
- Round up, questions and feedback.
In attending this session, delegates will:
- Understand the private equity environment in more detail
- Understand the private equity structures
- Have a better knowledge of the stakeholders involved
- Understand the tax surrounding the investment structures.
Will Morgan is an award winning tutor who has been running courses in Guernsey, Jersey, Dublin and the UK for the past 10 years. Will previously worked for BPP Professional Education and has been training independently for the past 8 years.
Will is now the Managing Director of Offshore, a specialist accounting outsource provider, based in Guernsey employing 15 professionals working for a variety of clients in the trust, fund, commercial and public sector.
Will’s training has been adapted over the years based on the work he has undertaken in the Channel Islands, understanding the practical skills that professionals need, rather than theoretical concepts.
His classes are highly interactive; sometimes amusing and always engaging.