This course will study private investment funds, with a particular focus on buyout funds. It also will cover other forms of private investment funds, such as venture capital and hedge funds. Students will examine the economic and legal relationships... (2 pts.)
This course is an introduction to some of the international financial transactions frequently encountered in contemporary practice. The course moves from simple to complex transactions, using as building blocks syndicated lending transactions, securities... Learn more
This is the basic course in corporation law. It emphasizes counseling and planning, business background, statutory developments, and social policy considerations. The course briefly considers incorporation of an enterprise, including factors relating to... Learn more
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