Area of focus

Co-investments

Co-investments are an increasingly common feature of deals we work on. The lawyers at Hogan Lovells advise both limited partners and other co-investors on the structure and terms of co-investment vehicles for fund programs.

We also regularly advise funds and family offices on co-investments in a variety of leading private equity-backed portfolio companies and assist private equity sponsors on the syndication of investment interests. Co-investors we have advised include sovereign wealth funds, multistrategy asset...

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A Chinese healthcare boom

Presenting a tremendous potential for growth fueled by domestic demographic and economic forces, China's healthcare industry has attracted notable PE investments in recent years. And with...

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Expect the unexpected: a year of change leading to opportunity and optimism in private equity

2016 was a year of unexpected change and uncertainty across the globe. Although the Singapore M&A market generally reacted to this with caution, private equity investment saw a slight...

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Why Luxembourg remains a jurisdiction of choice for private equity

Luxembourg has for many years provided corporate structures favoured by the private equity industry. In 2013 the Luxembourg companies law was amended to simplify and modernize the limited...

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Open for business – private equity investment in the Vietnamese retail sector

Vietnam's retail sector is among the fastest growing in Asia, with increasing disposable incomes, rapid urbanisation, rising living standards and a relatively young consumer base. These...

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Open for business - investing in Vietnamese real estate

Vietnam's real estate market is of key interest with foreign investors turning to Vietnam in increasing numbers as the real estate sector gathers momentum on the back of the improving...

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Big Impact, Big Business?

Nicholas Neveling in his editorial comment in Real Deals (10 March 2016) commented that "Regulators and lawyers should be able to implement some kind of structure" for enabling social...

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