Ken has extensive experience in private investment fund transactions, assisting clients with the complex process of forming and investing in funds of all types and related management and governance matters, including those involving real estate, private equity, credit and hedge funds.
Since 2012, he has successfully completed private investment fund transactions totaling over $15 billion dollars. He works with clients on all fund matters, including counseling them on fund organizational and structural issues, negotiating key terms with investors and providing legal advice on all applicable securities, tax and other regulatory issues. He also regularly represents institutional investors in connection with their investments in funds.
In addition, Ken has general business law experience with respect to a broad range of transactional and governance matters including: meetings of shareholders and boards of directors; employment contracts; stock repurchases; shareholder agreements and general governance and contract issues.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kenneth N. Shelton