Private Fund Formation & Compliance


Complimentary Consultation

Private Fund Formation
& Compliance


Complimentary Consultation
 

From pre-launch through ongoing compliance, AdvisorLaw’s extensive expertise in exempt fund formation and compliance provides peace of mind for general partners and fund sponsors, as well as private fund advisers.

Our team has over 10 years of experience with private fund formation and fund structures and the compliance expertise necessary to assist in ongoing adherence to applicable rules, regulations, and laws.

Ready for your complimentary consultation? Give us a call at (303) 952-4025,
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What are private investment funds?

Private investment funds are pooled investment vehicles that are professionally managed and available only to a small group of qualified, high-net-worth individuals or institutions.

There are many types of private funds. Each has its own investment strategy and focus, which is usually in relation to a specific asset class.

AdvisorLaw can assist with formation and compliance for the following fund types:

Ready to form a private fund?


Our experienced team will guide you through the formation process, step by step. Services include consultation for:

  • entity formation
  • partnership and fund structures
  • offering statements and disclosure documents
  • contract drafting and negotiation
  • operating and management agreements
  • federal and state regulatory filings
  • advertising and marketing
  • qualified investor regulation

Private Fund Compliance Consulting

Despite the fact that some people mistakenly label private investment funds as "unregulated," these funds are subject to a variety of rules and regulations. The laws that apply to private investment funds must be strictly obeyed.

Private funds may require certain filings under the Securities Act of 1933 and state securities laws, including the Form D or limited offering exemption filings. Private fund investment managers may also have to file for registration under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and state securities laws, and they may have to register or file an exemption under the Commodity Exchange Act.

Investment professionals who manage private funds are also subject to certain federal and state rules that should be documented in a policy manual and updated on a minimum of an annual basis.



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