Kutak Rock attorney Deborah Froling served as part of a panel of experts at the Alternative & Direct Investment Securities Association (ADISA) Annual Conference on October 24 and 25, 2017.
The October 24 session was titled "Due Diligence on New and Evolving Structures" and discussed the Alternative investment product structures that have evolved significantly over the last few years. The panel examined how the evolution of product structures and their related attributes have resulted in new challenges and complexities in the diligence process. The panel also explored ways to mitigate such challenges.
The October 25 panel was held in connection with the Broker-Dealer Advisory Council meeting.
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Froling, a partner in the firm's Washington, D.C. office, has extensive experience in public and private offerings of debt, equity and convertible securities as both issuer's and underwriter's counsel primarily for real estate companies. She has closed public and private debt and equity offerings, primarily for REITs and other real estate companies, as well as non-traded equipment finance and oil and gas companies, and business development companies. She also has structured and closed numerous tenant in common syndications and has worked with public and private company clients providing general corporate counseling and advising on periodic and annual reporting and other SEC disclosure requirements.