Hedge Fund Law Report recently interviewed Garret Filler in connection with his recent return to Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft. As special counsel in the firm’s New York office, Filler represents both start-up and established hedge funds and private equity funds, as well as family offices, banks and broker-dealers. This article, the second in a two-part series, sets forth Filler’s thoughts on family offices transitioning to asset managers; broker-dealer registration issues for fund managers; considerations when negotiating counterparty agreements; the implications to hedge funds of increased capital and liquidity requirements for banks and broker-dealers; and the impact of new margin requirements for uncleared derivatives. In the first installment, Filler discussed the cultures of private fund managers; selection of outside counsel, including law firm relationships with regulators and their willingness to enter into alternative fee arrangements; and counterparty risk. For additional insight from Cadwalader partners, see “Practical Guidance for Hedge Fund Managers on Preparing for and Handling NFA Audits” (Oct. 17, 2014).
Aug. 25, 2016
Perspectives From In-House and Private Practice: Cadwalader Special Counsel Garret Filler Discusses Family Offices, Broker-Dealer Registration Issues and Impact of Capital, Liquidity and Margin Requirements (Part Two of Two)
- Charlie MarlowHedge Fund Law Report
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