Structuring transactions: significance and key drivers

Course ID ID16018_BUS

  • Online
  • 1
  • Intermediate

In this seminar, experienced Counsel, Dannelle Howley from Allen & Overy, will discuss:

  • the significance of structuring for all transactions, regardless of the size or value of the transaction
  • the key drivers and considerations when structuring a transaction and how these influence the structure of a deal
  • the key consultants and stakeholders involved in the structuring process
  • the regulatory and compliance consequences resulting from certain structures, and
  • a case study focusing on what can arise when commercial expectations do not align with a transaction structure.

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College of Law Alumni and Law Society Members receive a 10% discount on the price.


Full Price $120.00

Alumni/Member Price $108.00


Start date:

01 April 2016

End date:

30 June 2017

About This Course

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This seminar complies with the mandatory requirement of Substantive Law .



Dannelle Howley

Dannelle Howley is Counsel in Allen & Overy's corporate practice, specialising in property law.

Dannelle practises in a broad range of real estate transactional work, acting and advising on major commercial acquisitions and disposals, development participation, government procurement and structured direct and indirect investment in real estate and associated assets.

Dannelle works with clients such as Eureka Funds Management, CLSA Capital Partners, Invesco, Mirae Asset Global Investments, Sunshine Insurance Group and Morgan Stanley.



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