We’ll dive deep into the syndication as we discuss raising investor capital in this conversation with Gene Trowbridge. Get insights on security laws and syndication issues to consider and learn how to prepare yourself as an investor for an anticipated recession. Be more knowledgeable by joining us in this episode!
WHAT TO LISTEN FOR
- What to do if not all investors in a syndication want to sell?
- Why ‘Tenancy in Common (TIC)’ is not ideal for a syndication
- How to deal with business continuity issues
- Recent trends in capital raising using 506(b) and 506(c)
- The importance of building strong relationships with good lenders
ABOUT GENE TROWBRIDGE
Gene Trowbridge has been in the commercial and investment real estate business continuously since 1972 and in the legal profession since 1996. He is a founding partner of Trowbridge Law Group LLP, and his law practice concentrates on the syndication of commercial and investment real estate, through both debt and equity.
Gene was a former syndicator who raised investor capital for ten years. He was responsible for the organization of those investment groups; the acquisition, management, and disposition of the real estate; and communications with the investors.
Because of Gene’s hands-on syndication experience, he is able to communicate with his clients, on both the technical and practical aspects of state and federal securities laws. Between Gene’s individual syndication background and the firm’s legal practice, the partners in the firm have written offerings of more than $5 Billion in monies raised. The median offering size is $2.5 million. His practice writes offerings under Rule 506(b) and 506(c) of Regulation D; Regulation CF and Regulation A+.
Gene authored his first book It’s A Whole New Business in 2005. The third edition was released in 2015.
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