Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP Recognized For Sustained Excellence In Hedge Fund Law
03.19.2015 • Press Release
New York, NY, March 19, 2015—Acquisition International Magazine's 2015 International Hedge Fund Awards, sponsored by BarclayHedge, has recognized Tannenbaum Helpern's Financial Services, Private Funds & Capital Markets practice with its "Award for Sustained Excellence in Hedge Fund Law".
The International Hedge Fund Awards, in their third year, celebrate excellence and achievement in emerging asset classes and honor the key influencers (both individuals and firms) in the industry worldwide. Candidates are nominated by clients, peers and fellow professionals and winners are voted on by subscribers of the magazine and industry experts.
"We are thrilled to receive this recognition. Our focus has always been on partnering with our clients and understanding their short and long-term goals. This enables us to provide quality legal services that meet their current and future needs. Tannenbaum Helpern has advised investment managers for almost four decades on fund formation, investment arrangements, operating agreements, securities law, regulatory compliance, litigation and all their ongoing legal issues," said Michael G. Tannenbaum, co-founding partner of the firm and head of the firm's Financial Services, Private Funds & Capital Markets practice.
Tannenbaum Helpern's Financial Services, Private Funds & Capital Markets practice has served a global roster of investment management clients for almost 40 years. Concentrating on US regulatory, securities law compliance and commercial matters affecting investment management, Tannenbaum Helpern regularly advises US-based clients, as well as non-US based clients, in matters of US law. This includes advising private funds, investment advisers and managers, multi-manager arrangements, master feeders and program sponsors with regard to complex US regulatory issues facing hedge funds and private equity funds. Regulatory advice includes SEC, CFTC and FINRA compliance and registrations, swaps and derivatives and matters facing private funds as they market into the US from abroad.