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ACIC Private Notes November 2020
Welcome to the November 2020 edition of the ACIC Private Notes Newsletter! This edition brings you:
A recap of the 2020 Virtual Fall Annual Meeting and Education Conference co-hosted by Patti Boss (Voya) and Michael Robson (Greenberg Traurig LLP), courtesy of Aaron Borden (Prudential Financial);
Upcoming dates of a CLE Webinar Presentation entitled Best Practices for Active Private Fund Advisors presented by Monica Racz (AIG), Leigh Sapir (Thrivent Financial) and Arinze N. Onugha (Sullivan & Worcester LLP); and
An informative article entitled "Key Intercreditor Concepts in Renewable Energy Transactions", provided by David Markey and Jeff Atkin (Foley & Lardner LLP) .
Recap of the 2020 Virtual Fall Annual Meeting and Education Conference
Once again, and despite many odds, the 2020 Virtual Fall Annual Meeting and Education Conference was a resounding success. Patti Boss (Voya) and Michael Robson (Greenberg Traurig LLP) hosted a well-received virtual conference that touched on topics such as the impact of Covid-19 and promoting equality in the workplace. Click herefor an exciting recap of some of the highlights the 2020 Virtual Fall Annual Meeting and Education Conference, as well as a peek into what's on the horizon for 2021.
CLE Webinar - Best Practices for Active Private Fund Advisors
Please click here to register for an exciting CLE Webinar for private investment fund investors taking place at 3:00pm EST on Thursday, December 3, 2020. Arinze Onugha (Sullivan & Worcester LLP) will moderate an exciting discussion featuring Leigh Sapir (Thrivent Financial) and Monica Racz (AIG) that will touch on (i) key fund agreement terms to negotiate, (ii) side letter agreement best practices and (iii) important considerations when serving as a member of a fund's advisory committee.
Renewable Energy industry Interparty Arrangements
Click here for an informative discussion of the key issues arising in Renewable Energy Industry Interparty Arrangements in renewable energy projects provided by Foley & Lardner LLP.