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The Complexities of Joint Venture ‘Partnerships’ – A Look at the Crucial Elements

Recorded 12 February 2020

13:00 PM

Property joint ventures are necessary.  Many transactions rely on them to ensure the deal makes it over the line; however, transactions with multiple interested parties can mean there are many ways that the arrangement can go very badly wrong.

In this session, James Wilkinson, Partner, Global Corporate Group at Reed Smith LLP, explores strategies in joint venture partnerships and will focus on:

  • How best to choose the right ‘partner/s’ and to structure co-investment terms
  • Rights, obligations, risks and responsibilities for all in the joint venture arrangement
  • Decision making and profit distributions
  • Leadership, management and governance structures
  • Anticipating and living through times of deadlock and complex conflict – what the documentation should provide and finding that resolution balance when problems surface.

Speakers

Partner, Global Corporate Group
Reed Smith LLP

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