Armand Aponte

Attorney · Fordham University School of Law

Armand Aponte is a solutions-focused attorney with extensive experience in corporate, securities, and commercial transactions. He practices law in New York City. Armand has worked at a major NYC law firm and global international financial institutions as in-house counsel. He is also an active investor, being a member of an angel investment group. Armand received his law degree from Fordham University School of Law. You can find him on LinkedIn.

Articles By Armand Aponte

Partnerships vs. Joint Ventures
Joint ventures and partnerships are common forms of legal structures used by business owners to combine resources, talents, or skills with another person or business.
Withdrawing From a Partnership
The withdrawal of a partner from a business is a commonly overlooked issue, yet one which everyone should think through when they first decide to go into business together.
What Is a Joint Venture and How Do You Form One?
Savvy business owners looking to expand their revenue channels will keep a watchful eye for opportunities leading to growth, profitability, and additional market share.
What Is a Private Placement Memorandum?
A private placement memorandum (PPM) is a legal document provided to prospective investors when selling stock or another security in a business. It is sometimes referred to as an offering memorandum or offering document. A PPM is used in “private” transactions when the securities are not registered