NYPEN Seminar: Landmines and Parachutes
Invitation Link: http://guest.cvent.com/i.aspx?1Q,M3,8f8c650f-c17f-4647-9c63-72ed3d6b513e
The New York Private Equity Network ("NYPEN") Educational Series is pleased to invite you to a seminar titled "Landmines and Parachutes: The use of background checks in due diligence".
Presented by: Kenneth S. Springer & Joelle Scott, Corporate Resolutions, Inc.
As great as it is, Google can't do everything -- sometimes you need better sources of information, and nowhere is that more important than in a due diligence process.
As part of the NYPEN educational series, our sponsors from Corporate Resolutions will tell you what you need to know about business intelligence and how to use it, and will also share stories of potential deal killers that have emerged during their assignments and how they have been effectively addressed. The following questions will be answered:
1. What kinds of research are other PE firms doing?
2. Negative or controversial information is uncovered - now what?
3. From the perspective of the experts, what is considered material?
4. Have background checks ever killed or saved deals? Some case studies.
5. Aside from background checks, what else do business intelligence firms do?
Details:*Date: Wednesday, November 12, 2008
*Time: 7:00-9:00 PM
*Location: Harvard Club, 27 West 44th Street (btw. 5th & 6th Avenues)
About Corporate Resolutions: Corporate Resolutions is a worldwide business investigations and consulting firm, providing a wide range of investigative services to leading financial institutions, the private equity community, law firms, insurance companies, healthcare organizations and global corporations. Corporate Resolutions has offices in New York, Boston, Miami, London, and Hong Kong.