September 27, 2012 - 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM EST

Private Equity and the November Elections: What's at Stake

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Webinar

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The November federal elections are some of the most important in our nation’s history and will have a long-lasting impact on private capital investment. Venable LLP and Opus Connect are proud to present a webinar briefing and discussion about the 2012 federal elections and what they mean for you and your business. Two prominent Washington insiders, the Honorable Bart Stupak and Rob Smith of Venable LLP, will share their insights into what is likely to result from the presidential and congressional elections and will describe how the election results are likely to impact a broad range of issues relevant to private capital investors. Scott Gluck will moderate this webinar.

Issues the webinar will cover include:

  • Likely results of the presidential, Senate and House elections;
  • Key races to watch that will determine control of the Senate and House;
  • Critical issues at stake including sequestration, tax policy, and federal spending;
  • Insights into how the results will impact private capital investment; and
  • An opportunity to ask questions.

This webinar is being sponsored by Venable LLP and Opus Connect and is a nonpartisan, educational program not aligned with any candidate or party.

Click here to sign into the webinar. Enter your contact information and click "Register Now." Please note you must dial in by telephone to hear the audio portion of the webinar.

For the audio portion, the call-in telephone number is 866.740.1260. When prompted, enter access code 3444426. Please log-in 10 minutes prior to the start of the webinar to test your computer's compatibility.

Please note that this webinar will be recorded and the call will be muted throughout the webinar. To ask questions of the presenters during the Q&A period, you must utilize the online chat function to pose questions to the moderator.