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Private Equity and Venture Capital: Mastering Issuance, Rights Issues, and Private Placements

Learn the intricacies of share allotment, rights issues, private placements, sweat equity, ESOPs, and more.

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5 Weeks
8 - 10 Hours Per Week
₹ 5000
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About this Course

The PE industry is one of the most lucrative industries in India. It's also complex to understand if you don't have the right guide. A lot of techniques, knowledge and hands-on tips are required to navigate the complex rules and regulations governing the PE industry. This intense course will cover the fundamentals of a PE transaction. It will explain how a private company raises funds, borrows funds, what secretarial compliances are, and what legal compliances are. This course has a holistic approach and a one-stop guide for understanding various routes of raising capital for a company and also the exit strategy.

This course will also cover the basic concepts of foreign direct investments in India. This course aims to simplify the complex rules and regulations that govern inbound and outbound transactions in India.

At the end of this course, you will be able to start your own independent practice and advise investors and private companies regarding investments.

Who should take this course?

Law Students and Recent Law Graduates, Lawyers, In-House Counsels, Legal Professionals who wish to switch to corporate practice or looking to kickstart a career as Transactional Lawyers, Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, Cost & Work Accountants, Government Officials, Academicians, Managers, Chief Executive Officers, Company Directors, Prospective Entrepreneurs, may take this course. The course would help launch law students into a career in corporate law and help practitioners develop their corporate law practice. Business professionals, advisors and managers interested in a detailed legal understanding of corporate affairs may take this course to hone their legal skills.

  • 1. 📕 Introduction
    • 1.1 ▸ Introduction
    • 1.2 ▸ What does issuance and allotment of shares mean?
    • 1.3 ▸ Conclusion
    • 1.4 ✒ Exercises
  • 2. 📕 Rights issue
    • 2.1 ▸ Introduction
    • 2.2 ▸ How does a rights issue work?
    • 2.3 ▸ What instruments can be issued under rights issue?
    • 2.4 ▸ Structuring of rights issue—Part 1
    • 2.5 ▸ Structuring of rights issue—Part 2
    • 2.6 ▸ Structuring of rights issue—Part 3
    • 2.7 ▸ Structuring of rights issue—Part 4
    • 📚 Readings
    • 2.8 ✒ Exercises
    • 𝍭 Full text of leading cases
    • ☆ Feedback
  • 3. 📕 Private placement and preferential allotment
    • 3.1 ▸ What is preferential allotment and private placement?
    • 3.2 ▸ Genesis of private placement—the Sahara Case
    • 📚 Readings
    • 3.3 ▸ What and why of private placement?
    • 3.4 ▸ What is the procedure for private placement?
    • 3.5 ▸ Penalty
    • 3.6 ▸ What is the procedure for preferential allotment?
    • 📚 Readings
    • 3.7 ▸ Comparison between rights issue, preferential allotment and private placement—Part 1
    • 3.8 ▸ Comparison between rights issue, preferential allotment and private placement—Part 2
    • 3.9 ▸ Conclusion
    • 3.10 ✒ Exercises
  • 4. 📕 Sweat equity
    • 4.1 ▸ Introduction
    • 4.2 ▸ Who is eligible to receive sweat equity?
    • 4.3 ▸ What is the procedure to sweat equity?
    • 4.4 ▸ Valuation of sweat equity
    • 4.5 ▸ Issuance of sweat equity as compensation to employees
    • 4.6 ▸ Conclusion
    • 4.7 ✒ Exercises
  • 5. 📕 Employee Stock Option Plans (ESOPs)
    • 5.1 ▸ Introduction
    • 5.2 ▸ Who are eligible to receive (ESOPs) under the Companies Act
    • 📚 Readings
    • 5.3 ▸ Some important concepts relating to (ESOPs)
    • 5.4 ▸ Practical example of how ESOPs work?
    • 5.5 ▸ Procedure to issue ESOPs under the Companies Act
    • 5.6 ▸ Trusts and schemes for ESOPs
    • 5.7 ▸ How to draft an ESOP scheme?—Part 1
    • 5.8 ▸ How to draft an ESOP scheme?—Part 2
    • 5.9 ▸ Difference between ESOPs and sweat equity
    • 📚 Readings
    • 5.9 ✒ Exercises
  • 6. 📕 Bonus shares, buy-back of shares and DVRs
    • 6.1 ▸ Introduction to bonus shares
    • 𝍭 Full text of leading cases
  • 7. 📕 Buy-back of shares and securities
    • 7.1 ▸ Practical example of bonus shares
    • 7.2 ▸ What is buy-back of shares and securities?
    • 7.3 ▸ What are the conditions for buy-back shares and securities?
    • 7.4 ▸ Are there any other restrictions to buy-back shares and securities?
    • 7.5 ▸ What is the procedure to buy-back shares and securities?
    • 📚 Readings
  • 8. 📕 Differential Voting Rights (DVRs)
    • 8.1 ▸ What are differential voting rights (DVRs)?
    • 📚 Readings
    • ☆ Feedback

Instructors

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Juhi Roy

Instructor, EBC Learning

Juhi Roy has previously worked as a Senior Associate in the General Corporate team of Argus Partners, Kolkata. She has also worked with Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, Mumbai; Network 18 Media and Investments Limited, Mumbai; Wadia Ghandy & Co., Mumbai; and SA Partners, Mumbai.

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