Date Published: 26 June 2019
CNPLaw’s partner and co-head of the Funds and Financial Services Practice Group, Mr Amit Dhume, gave a talk on the topic of Business Succession Planning and Private Funds, at a seminar organised at Prudential Singapore last week. The talk mainly covered the issues around Business Succession Planning and Private funds, and he also touched on Shareholders’ Agreement and Buy and Sell Agreements. The event was well attended by close to 50 private wealth consultants.
Attendees of this event who wants to view a copy of the slides may email email@example.com to indicate your interest.
Amit’s practice focuses on corporate law, investment funds, mergers and acquisitions and regulatory and compliance matters. He has over a decade of experience in these areas of law. In 2019, Amit is recognised in The Legal 500, as a “key” personnel “whose work includes advising one of Southeast Asia’s leading early stage private equity-focused funds on its successful closing”.
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