Recognized as one of the most active and highly-regarded investment management practices in the United States, our group represents all types of asset managers across the liquidity spectrum, including private equity funds, credit funds, hedge funds, venture capital funds, real estate funds, hybrid funds and family offices. We have successfully raised hundreds of billions of dollars for our clients, who benefit from our extensive market knowledge, industry-leading networking events and strong relationships with all major market participants.
As financial markets continue to exhibit extreme volatility, it may be time for managers of hedge funds (and other open-ended and evergreen funds) to assess the challenges (and potential opportunities) that may arise in the near future.
In this issue of the Private Equity Digest, we take a look at private equity trends in 2018 and possible developments for 2019.
On December 20, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (“OCIE”) announced its examination priorities for 2019. Below are certain highlights of the examination priorities particularly relevant to investment advisers to private equity, credit and hedge funds.
Marco Masotti, Lindsey Wiersma and Conrad van Loggerenberg Co-Author Chapter in ICLG’s Alternative Investment Funds Guide
Corporate partner Marco Masotti, counsel Lindsey Wiersma and associate Conrad van Loggerenberg co-authored a chapter of The International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG) to Alternative Investment Funds 2018.
Paul, Weiss advised TowerBrook Capital Partners in the fundraise of two new funds: TowerBrook V, its latest private equity flagship fund; and TowerBrook Structured Opportunities II, its second structured opportunities fund.
Paul, Weiss advised Roark Capital Group in the formation of two private equity funds: Roark Capital Partners V, Roark’s latest private equity flagship fund; and Roark Capital Partners II Sidecar, Roark’s first sidecar fund.
Corporate partner Marco Masotti, counsel Matthew Goldstein and associate Robert Tananbaum co-wrote a guest article that was featured in the American Investment Council’s (AIC) October newsletter.
In this video, corporate partner Udi Grofman, co-head of Paul, Weiss's Private Funds Practice Group, explains key points from the SEC's recent guidance on general solicitation and general advertising.
Paul, Weiss is representing Gamut Capital LP in its strategic investment in International Automotive Components Group S.A. (IAC).