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Episode 85: Non-Economic Considerations for Private Equity Transactions
- April 1, 2021
Max Reiboldt joins Mark to discuss the non-economic terms to consider when pursuing a private equity deal. The non-economic components are often more important than the economic terms because they dictate the day-to-day after closing the deal.
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Max and Mark discuss their experience with private equity transactions and which non-economic terms to consider when pursuing a private equity deal. One of the lessons we impart to medical practice and hospital clients contemplating a private equity (PE) transaction is that both the economic and non-economic terms carry weight. They should receive equal consideration before signing on the dotted line.
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