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Capital Calls: Agreements To Contribute More Capital Over Time (teleseminar)
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This program will provide you a practical guide to planning capital calls in closely held businesses, including how to adjust the financial and governance rights of the company’s owners.

1/15/2019
When: 1/15/2019
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Where: United States
Contact: (404) 521-0781


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CAPITAL CALLS:  AGREEMENTS TO CONTRIBUTE MORE CAPITAL OVER TIME, 1 CLE hour
 

Many companies need additional capital to fund current operations and fuel growth.  When raising capital, these companies often look first to their existing investor base. These are often closely held companies where the existing ownership base wants to retain its control of the company. The company may build into its operative documents – shareholder agreements, operating agreements, even its articles of incorporation or organization – a plan whereby the company can “call” on existing investors to contribute additional capital, pro-rata or by some other formula.  There are variety of complex mechanisms for achieving these types of “capital calls” and adjusting the ownership interests and other rights of incumbent investors who do not contribute additional capital. 

  • Advantages/disadvantages of requiring capital from existing investor base over time
  • Forms of follow-on contributions – pro-rata and other structures
  • Readjustment of stake in company when certain investors do not participate – dilution issues
  • Voting, informational and related issues on the contribution of additional capital
  • Obtaining additional capital from investors beyond the original 
  • Counseling clients about potential investor group disputes

Speaker:

 

C. Ben Huber is a partner in the Denver office of Greenburg Traurig, LLP, where he has a broad transactional practice encompassing mergers and acquisitions, restructurings and reorganizations, corporate finance, capital markets, venture funds, commercial transactions and general corporate law.  He also has substantial experience as counsel to high tech, biotech and software companies in the development, protection and licensing of intellectual property.  His clients include start-up companies, family- and other closely-held businesses, middle market business, Fortune 500 companies, venture funds and institutional investors.  Mr. Huber earned his B.A. from the University of Colorado and his J.D. at the University of Colorado Law School.

 


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