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Co-Investments Guide: Issue Spotting and Negotiation

January 19, 2022

Investors of many different stripes are eager to participate in private equity transactions as equity co-investors alongside experienced private equity sponsors, making the market for co-investment opportunities a competitive one. A user-friendly reputation and an ability to execute on deals quickly can be an important factor in attracting and securing these opportunities. Co-investors typically enter the scene later in the overall timeline of a transaction, after the sponsor has sourced the deal, completed substantial due diligence, and made significant progress in negotiating terms with the target company. Given these circumstances, co-investors may be asked to review and respond to draft documentation on short turnaround times, making decisions about what truly matters, what is a “nice-to-have,” and what they can live without in the deal’s terms.


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