Restructuring and Dispute Resolution case study: Sustainable Development Fund partnership dispute mediation
A capital provider for developing nation programs reached an impasse over a significant valuation and investment issue that, by agreement, did not have sufficient votes nor a deadlock provision.
Mediator and Valuation Analysis
After many months of impasse with the dispute involving questions of valuation and future investment, the partners agreed to a letter of intent within two months and a final agreement within three months.
- Brought the groups from a price difference of 4.5x to a meeting of the minds
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