Shareholder Agreements-The practical considerations
On Friday 2 February 2018, Peter Stewart will be steering a discussion on shareholder agreements and the practical considerations.
Family Business Advisers are well used to advocating that shareholders in a family business enter into a shareholder agreement governing the relationship between them in their capacity as shareholders.
This presentation is designed to share a lawyer’s experience of:
- The practical considerations of getting an often diverse group of individuals to engage in the process of negotiating the terms of their future relationship
- Key commercial, not legal issues that such an agreement might cover.
As always, these adviser connect events prove to be a great environment to come meet other advisers in NSW or stay in touch with those in your network. We are wrapped up with the presentation in 40 minutes and with a touch of humour as well…
Presenter: Peter Stewart, Principal, Coleman Greig
Peter Stewart is an accomplished commercial lawyer who is able to bring broad-ranging legal expertise, extensive senior management experience, and a high level of commercial acumen to his role as a Principal of Coleman Greig Lawyers.
During his time with Coleman Greig, Peter has provided advice and representation to numerous clients on a host of complex commercial issues, including share and business sale agreements, manufacturing, distribution and licensing agreements, commercial contracts and corporate governance issues.
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