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Howard J. Beber is a partner in the Corporate Department and co-head of the Private Funds Group, which is recognized by Chambers GlobalChambers

Howard J. Beber is a partner in the Corporate Department and co-head of the Private Funds Group, which is recognized by Chambers GlobalChambers USA and US Legal 500. His practice focuses on representing private equity funds and institutional investors on a broad range of issues including fund formations, secondary transactions and portfolio investments.

Howard is actively involved in all stages of fund formation and fund sponsor representation, counseling on terms and marketing strategy, preparing offering documents, negotiating with placement agents, drafting partnership and general partner documents, negotiating with investors and providing advice on internal general partner and management company issues. His clients range from newly formed firms to a number of leading firms in the private equity industry. In addition, he routinely represents some of the most active institutional and fund-of-fund investors when investing in venture capital, buyout, real estate and other private investment funds, as well as co-investment transactions. Howard also represents institutional investors in connection with the acquisition and sale of partnership interests on the secondary market and has worked with several management teams on large spin-out transactions.

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We at The Capital Commitment blog have previously discussed several steps for fund managers and others to weather the storm brought by COVID-19.  One of those steps is assessing the likelihood of a carried interest return obligation under a fund agreement’s general partner clawback provision (and planning for how to mitigate those obligations, if necessary).  A recent article from our colleagues in Proskauer’s Private Funds group highlights the important role that general partner clawbacks play in ensuring the economic deal between a fund manager and the fund’s limited partners is protected, regardless of how market disruptions, such as those brought on by COVID-19, impact a fund’s portfolio.

About

Howard J. Beber is a partner in the Corporate Department and co-head of the Private Funds Group, which is recognized by Chambers GlobalChambers

Howard J. Beber is a partner in the Corporate Department and co-head of the Private Funds Group, which is recognized by Chambers GlobalChambers USA and US Legal 500. His practice focuses on representing private equity funds and institutional investors on a broad range of issues including fund formations, secondary transactions and portfolio investments.

Howard is actively involved in all stages of fund formation and fund sponsor representation, counseling on terms and marketing strategy, preparing offering documents, negotiating with placement agents, drafting partnership and general partner documents, negotiating with investors and providing advice on internal general partner and management company issues. His clients range from newly formed firms to a number of leading firms in the private equity industry. In addition, he routinely represents some of the most active institutional and fund-of-fund investors when investing in venture capital, buyout, real estate and other private investment funds, as well as co-investment transactions. Howard also represents institutional investors in connection with the acquisition and sale of partnership interests on the secondary market and has worked with several management teams on large spin-out transactions.

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