It may not always be readily apparent that you are advising on a ‘major transaction’. If you are, what are the relevant legal and accounting matters that need to be considered? This On Demand webinar considers:
- what types of transactions fall into this category;
- how the company’s assets should be valued;
- what contingent liabilities are and how they should be valued for the purposes of the ‘major transaction’ test;
- what duties directors have; and
- what rights shareholders have, in relation to a ‘major transaction’.
Who should view?
Intermediate to senior commercial lawyers and in-house counsel, as well as commercial lawyers who practise some commercial law. Accountants may also benefit from viewing.
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Senior Associate, Bell Gully
Dean is a senior associate in Bell Gully’s corporate team. He advises on corporate transactions including private equity investments, acquisitions, divestments, joint ventures and corporate fundraising. He is experienced in advising on cross- border transactions.
Dean began his legal career with Gilbert + Tobin in Sydney in late 2000 and worked as a corporate lawyer there until 2007. He then moved to SNR Denton (formerly Denton Wilde Sapte) in Dubai as a senior associate. In 2009 he was made a corporate partner. During his time at Gilbert + Tobin, Dean was involved in several significant private equity transactions. These included advising PBL on the leveraged buy-out by CVC Asia Pacific.
Regan Hoult has extensive experience in M&A advisory, company and asset valuations, capital structure, financial modelling and other financial advisory services. Regan returned to PwC New Zealand in 2009 after five years working in investment banking roles in London, most recently at Credit Suisse. Since returning to New Zealand, Regan has advised on a range of assignments, with a focus on the telecommunication, agriculture, industrial products, retirement village, and education sectors.
Regan is a CFA charterholder and member of the CFA Institute and CFA Society of New Zealand.