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Financial sponsors and the expanded scope of parental liability // Funds and Financial Sponsors

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Episode 1: Antitrust and Funds
The first podcast in our series focuses on the expanded concept of parental liability for antitrust breaches established in a recent European Court of Justice judgment and the implications this has for financial investors, even those who generally invest via indirect m
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Episode 1: Antitrust and Funds
The first podcast in our series focuses on the expanded concept of parental liability for antitrust breaches established in a recent European Court of Justice judgment and the implications this has for financial investors, even those who generally invest via indirect minority stakes.

In this episode, AFIG Partners Jonas Koponen, Annamaria Mangiaracina, Anna Mitchell and Associate Jennifer Willis discuss why this case raised interesting questions about parental liability. They examine the factors that lead the Court to find the financial investor liable for its portfolio company’s infringement, the risk of having personal links between the financial investor and its board nominees and the increased importance of taking a more hands-on approach to antitrust compliance of portfolio companies.
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