Press Release

Morgan Lewis to Host 2nd Annual Boston Hedge Funds Conference

June 08, 2016

BOSTON, June 8, 2016: Morgan Lewis will examine advanced hedge fund issues confronting global investors and fund managers during its annual Hedge Funds Conference in Boston on Tuesday, June 14. 

This year’s program will provide updates on US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) regulatory and enforcement issues as well as international regulatory issues; institutional investor terms; hedge fund trends; and ERISA, Tax, derivatives, and employment matters. Morgan Lewis partners Steven Giordano, Richard Goldman, and Stephen Tirrell will chair the half-day program.

At Morgan Lewis, lawyers combine industry and market knowledge to guide clients in the development of—and investment in—global hedge funds across all strategies and asset classes in every major tax jurisdiction around the world. With more than 150 lawyers collaborating throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, we advise managers, investors, general partners, limited partners, investment advisers, and service providers for all types of hedge funds. Morgan Lewis is a market leader in novel and complex structures for hedge fund formation and investment, such as customized funds, separate managed accounts, investment management agreements, nondiscretionary joint ventures, team lift-outs, and investment platform launches. We represent hundreds of global hedge fund managers—from promising start-ups to well-established funds—including more than 50% of the world’s 50 largest hedge funds and six of the world’s 10 largest hedge fund managers. Our clients include all types of domestic and offshore hedge funds across a broad range of investment and financing strategies, including customized “funds of one,” crossover funds, hybrid hedge/private equity funds, funds of funds, master-feeder funds, and many of the largest and most active institutional investors. Learn more about the Morgan Lewis Investment Management practice.

A similar conference  will be held in New York tomorrow for the ninth consecutive year.