August 6, 2020

Volume X, Number 219

Daniel L. McAvoy

Dan McAvoy focuses his practice on private closed-end investment funds, corporate finance and M&A with a focus on private investment fund transactions, including complex GP-led restructurings and secondary transactions. Dan is a trusted adviser to numerous investment advisers, fund sponsors and investors, and has represented a range of companies, from startups to Fortune 500 companies. Dan has also represented portfolio companies and sponsors through all parts of the corporate life cycle, including formation, venture financings, add-ons, stock sales, asset sales, private and public mergers and initial public offerings.

Dan has in-depth experience helping overseas fund managers enter the U.S. markets for the first time, whether that be accepting U.S. investors, making U.S. acquisitions and divestitures, adding U.S. employees or marketing personnel, structuring family offices or opening U.S. offices. He will be there every step along the way to facilitate what can otherwise be a nerve-racking process. Dan also frequently serves as U.S. local counsel in M&A and securities transactions with a US or regulatory component, such as acquisitions of broker-dealers and investment advisers, 144A or Rule 506 / public Regulation S offerings, credit facilities and corporate M&A. Clients value his regulatory advice and ability to anticipate in the investment advisory and broker-dealer spaces.

Dan represents private equity-style funds of all types – private equity, venture capital, growth capital, special opportunities, debt, real estate and multi-property opportunity zone funds, with a particular focus on private equity secondaries funds and funds-of-funds. In addition, he has represented operating companies in a wide variety of transactions such as Regulation A+ offerings, at-the-market offerings, registered direct offerings, initial public offerings, Rule 506(c) offerings, acquisitions and divestitures. Dan likes to stay on the cutting edge of the law and has experience with security tokens, fractionalization and other blockchain-related transactions and regulatory advice.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel L. McAvoy

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