Upcoming Conferences and Seminars

Past Independent Sponsor Conferences


Independent Sponsor Weekly Virtual Forum

In early 2020, McGuireWoods launched the Independent Sponsor Weekly Virtual Forum exploring topics arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. Like our regional networking groups, we sought to provide an environment for independent sponsors to raise questions and exchange knowledge about matters impacting the community. Our installments highlighted a range of relevant topics, from parsing the SBA forgivable loan program, to navigating financial difficulties facing portfolio companies, to structuring deals in the current environment. Other topics included complexities of the Paycheck Protection Program on pending M&A transactions and lending structures in the current environment. Recordings of our discussions are available for your reference.  

To learn more about our commitment to the independent sponsor community, please contact Jon Finger.

Webinar Replays

Independent Sponsor Update on Deal Terms, Negotiations, Diligence and Relationship – CohnReznick Video Webinar, November 11, 2020

Turbulence and Opportunity: An Aerospace and Defense Industry Update – WoodLake Video Webinar, June 9, 2020

SecondaryTools for Independent Sponsors with Tail End Capital Partners Webinar – June 12, 2020

Trends in the Independent Sponsor Market – Plexus Capital Podcast, January 23, 2020

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