Events & Training
Web Seminar - Dollars and Sense
Dollars and Sense: How Your Lease Agreements Can Make (or Lose) More Money
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
You've been using the same basic lease and loan documentation for years, right? A good lawyer put them together years ago, and they're probably still OK, right? Beside, they're all just boilerplate anyway, right?
Well, maybe not right. Those documents are essential to your company's profitability. The way you draft document provisions can significantly affect whether your economic assumptions are met and how much money your company makes (or loses). Contract law, UCC provisions, pricing parameters, regulatory requirements, market deal points - they're changing all the time, especially in this environment. Understanding those changes, and the contractual words that back them up, is essential to making sure your leases are written to optimize your financial returns.
This web seminar is an interactive exploration of how commercial equipment lessors and lenders make money, including basic time value of money concepts and components of transaction profitability. It will show how documentation professionals (both lawyers and non-lawyers) can add value to transactions with carefully drafted document provisions and well-informed negotiating strategies. This presentation is designed to be both conceptual and practical, with real-world examples of contract language. You'll hear a discussion of the positions often taken by parties in lease negotiations, and how those positions can be reconciled to successfully close a transaction.
Who Should Attend?
Internal and external legal counsel, documentation specialists, transaction closers, deal administrators, and anyone involved in transaction documentation, pricing, or asset management.
Paul Bent, Esq.
Senior Managing Director
The Alta Group, LLC
Charles Cross, Esq.
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
This web seminar qualifies for 1.5 CE credits. To receive a certificate of attendance you must be the person who is registered and logged in to the live event. Requests for certificates can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMPORTANT: Registration entitles you to ONE Internet connection and ONE phone connection into the meeting. You may have several participants at one location. If your login is shared you will automatically be charged for every entry.