Stephen C. Tirrell’s practice focuses on advising private investment funds (U.S. and non-US) and investment advisers in relation to all aspects of their businesses. Steve assists clients in the structure and organization of hedge funds, hybrid funds and private equity funds, including equity, arbitrage, distressed, global macro, funds of funds, first-loss funds, real estate funds, infrastructure funds and others. Steve counsels clients on seed capital arrangements, compensation arrangements among partners and employees, complex fund restructurings, co-investments and compliance with the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and other relevant U.S. securities laws.
In addition to his private fund practice, Steve represents and advises a variety of entities, including banks, broker-dealers, CDOs, and hedge funds, with respect to issues involving joint venture arrangements, derivatives products and new product development.
At a previous firm, Steve was a member of both the investment management and structured products groups and split his time between structuring a variety of hedge funds and negotiating complex derivative transactions.
Before joining Morgan Lewis, Steve was at another international law firm, where he was a partner in their investment management practice.
Bridgewater State College, 1995, Bachelor of Science