Pam Krill is an attorney in the firm’s Investment Management Practice Group. She practices securities and corporate law with particular emphasis on investment adviser/ investment company regulation, SEC compliance and reporting, and representation before the SEC, various stock exchanges and the state securities commissions.
In over 20 years of practicing law, Pam has gained substantial experience working with investment advisers and investment companies, counseling these clients on a wide range of legal issues, including federal and state regulation, corporate governance, strategic business planning, mergers and acquisitions and general corporate matters. Pam also has experience working with investment company boards of directors (including independent directors), broker-dealers, and hedge fund managers. Pam has practiced law both in-house and in private practice, with over 14 years in private practice and seven years in-house. For five of her years in-house, Pam served as General Counsel and Chief Legal Officer to a national investment management firm with its own retail and institutional mutual funds, closed-end funds, separately managed accounts, and wrap free programs. In this role, Pam gained valuable insight that allows her to provide practical and innovative counsel to her financial services clients.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Pamela M. Krill