Andrew Lom is a corporate lawyer who focuses his practice on the investment management industry, regularly representing both asset managers and investors on a global basis.
Andrew's work in asset management includes fund formations, private placements, side letter negotiations, investor communications, venture capital investments, private equity co-investments, PIPEs, cross-border transactions, initial and ongoing investment due diligence, Islamic financial product design, joint ventures and corporate restructurings.
Additionally, Andrew advises clients with respect to SEC/CFTC and other regulatory compliance matters, complex and multi-jurisdictional holding company structures, investment disputes, governance and fiduciary issues, and tax planning.
Andrew's clients span a range of investment advisors, hedge funds, funds of funds, private equity funds, venture capital funds, commodity pools, real estate funds, custom fund platforms, family offices, not-for-profits, pension plans, broker-dealers, banks, and closely-held companies. He also has substantial experience with the organization and operation of partnerships, limited liability companies, and other alternative business entities.
He received a J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center, where he was a Law fellow and a member of and write-on competition judge for the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, and an A.B., with honors, from Brown University. He is admitted to practice in the State of New York.
Clients & Friends Memos
• SEC Adopts Significant Amendments to Private Placement Rules: JOBS Act Rules Eliminate Ban on General Solicitation and Dodd-Frank Mandate Disqualifies Bad Actors Aug 13, 2013
• The Dodd-Frank Act: How It Impacts Specific Institutions, Entities and Transactions Jun 22, 2011
• Hedge Fund Regulation Under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act Jul 20, 2010
• The Changing Face of Hedge Fund Regulation May 27, 2010