Choate Co-Sponsors Thomson Reuters Northeastern M&A/Private Equity Forum

Choate Event Announcement

 | December 3, 2013

Event:  Northeastern M&A / Private Equity Forum
Organization:  Thomson Reuters
Location:  Boston


Choate served as a lead sponsor alongside Ernst & Young for the Thomson Reuters Northeastern M&A / Private Equity Forum.  This event offered in-depth analyses of key industry issues and topics including an M&A market update, a private equity roundtable, and discussions focused on public company M&A, deal financing – trends and terms, and the latest judicial developments affecting M&A.

Christian Atwood, partner in Private Equity and David Brown, partner in Business & Technology, moderated the panel "Industry Drill Down: Healthcare, Life Sciences and Technology." The panel addressed various topics including; technology M&A trends, healthcare and life science M&A trends, the impact of IPO markets and the focus and expectations of strategic buyers in 2014.

Frederick Callori, partner in Private Equity, moderated the panel "Private Equity Roundtable." The panel discussed topics including investment trends, deal sourcing trends, exit strategies and financing trends.

Forum attendees included corporate counsel, CFOs, investment banking firms, private equity firms and senior financial analysts.


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