The economy depends on privately held businesses, and privately held businesses need capital to grow. The SBIC (Small Business Investment Company) lawyers at Foley Hoag help investors deliver needed capital and reap the returns by assisting in all aspects of private equity fund formation, including SBICs created through the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Foley Hoag represents funds with buy-out, growth capital, venture capital, seed capital and credit investment strategies, including portfolios that are unleveraged, traditionally leveraged and government leveraged. Our clients include both U.S. and non-U.S. management teams and investment objectives. Our lawyers have experience in all aspects of investment manager representation, including fund formation; negotiation with institutional investors; fund combinations and portfolio purchases; management organization and reorganization; SEC and SBA regulatory compliance, and investment transactions.More »