Jacob C. Tiedt is a Shareholder at Vedder Price and a member of the Investment Services group.
Mr. Tiedt’s practice includes the representation of registered mutual funds, closed-end funds and exchange-traded funds; private funds; investment advisers; and other financial institutions on a broad range of regulatory, governance and compliance matters. Mr. Tiedt regularly counsels clients on matters relating to SEC registration, disclosure and compliance; shareholder solicitation; NYSE, Nasdaq and FINRA regulation; corporate governance; and board administration. Mr. Tiedt has a broad range of experience advising clients on complex matters relating to product design and extraordinary transactions, including fund mergers and reorganizations; fund adoption transactions; closed-end fund IPOs, secondary offerings and preferred share transactions; and closed-end fund conversions, rights offerings and repurchase offers.
Mr. Tiedt regularly counsels independent fund directors on their unique duties and responsibilities.
Mr. Tiedt’s experience also includes providing guidance to operating companies and financial institutions on complex investment company status questions. In addition, he has extensive experience representing issuers and underwriters in public and private offerings of debt and equity securities, including Rule 144A and Regulation S offerings, as well as registered tender and exchange offers. He is fluent in German
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jacob C. Tiedt
Vedder Price's Investment Services group is recognized by the National Law Review as a Go-To Thought Leader for the group’s regular contributions on and analysis of SEC amendments and regulations, enforcement actions and proposed rulemaking. Topics addressed by Vedder’s Investment Services group related to the SEC include: enforcement proceeding settlements, the modernization of fund disclosure regime, amendments to proxy rules and the review process for exemptive applications. The following Vedder Price attorney authors were the most frequent contributors: John S. Marten,Nathaniel Segal and Jacob C. Tiedt.