July 2, 2022

Volume XII, Number 183


Kenneth Holston

Kenneth Holston is a partner in the firm’s Boston office where he is a member of the asset management and investment funds practice group. Kenneth has a broad range of experience – both in-house and through private practice – in the private markets funds, derivatives, and structured products areas and counsels clients on a variety of regulatory, compliance, and corporate matters, including fund formation, trading operations and legislative and industry developments. 

Kenneth counsels institutional investors, including university endowments, foundations, government entities, sovereign wealth funds, family offices, and consultants on their private markets investments and use of derivatives.

Kenneth counsels sponsors and advisers to private funds, including venture capital, private equity, liquidity and hedge funds and structured products, with respect to regulatory obligations, structuring and transactional issues, and prepares organizational and disclosure documents for private offerings of securities.

Kenneth regularly advises clients on derivatives regulation (Dodd-Frank, European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) and other regulatory regimes), protocols and documentation, including ISDAs, MSFTAs, futures agreements, prime brokerage agreements, clearing arrangements, repurchase transactions and securities lending


Articles in the National Law Review database by Kenneth Holston