What to do if you are sued by LPs

A 10-point legal plan to enact if you get into an investor dispute, plus more information on ING's ESG-linked credit facility.

Today we have a 10-point plan for what to do if your LPs take legal action against you, courtesy of two lawyers from Cooke, Young & Keidan. Hopefully you will never have to use it, but with the increasing availability of litigation funding to investors, say the writers, it pays to be prepared.

Elsewhere, sister publication Private Equity International‘s Hong Kong reporter caught up with Singapore-based Fi Dinh, who led ING’s first ESG-linked revolving credit facility, to find out how it works. The idea seems solid (depending, of course, on how it is implemented). We’d love to get some feedback on whether borrowers or lenders see this as something that could catch on. Email me on toby.m@peimedia.com.

Email prepared by Toby Mitchenall.