Interim Consortium Agreements in Private Equity Buyouts

This Practice Note examines key issues surrounding interim consortium agreements, which set out the terms on which one or more private equity firms agree to work together to bid for and acquire a target.

Sean D. Rodgers and Christopher R. May, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP


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