Alternative Asset Management GC Luncheon
Regulatory Update for Private Fund Advisers
After a long hiatus due to COVID-19, we are delighted to return to our quarterly in-person alternative asset luncheons! We hope you will join us Tuesday, February 28, at noon at The Harvard Club NYC for the first luncheon of the year. Our panelists, Leor Landa, Partner and Head of Investment Management, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP; Michael S. Hong, Partner, Investment Management, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP; and Sijia Cai, Counsel, Investment Management, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP, will discuss the implementation of the New Marketing Rule and recent developments in SEC rulemaking that are expected to affect private fund advisers, including:
- Private Fund Adviser Rules
- Proposed Amendments to Form PF
- Outsourcing Rule
This program is eligible for CLE credit in NY and CA and reciprocal credit in NJ and CT. Please RSVP by February 20 to reserve your seat. Space is Limited.
Leor is the head of Davis Polk’s Investment Management practice. He advises a wide range of clients on the formation and operation of a diverse array of private investment funds. He is widely recognized as a leading adviser for complicated secondary transactions and has deep experience advising on acquisitions, dispositions, seeds and spinouts of investment advisers. Leor also regularly provides regulatory and compliance advice to his private fund clients. Additionally, he also represents large institutional investors that invest in private funds. Read more.
The Harvard Club
35 West 44th Street, New York, NY 100363
- Does this event qualify for CLE?
- Yes, this program is eligible for CLE credit in NY and CA and reciprocal credit in NJ and CT.
- Do I have to be vaccinated to attend?
No. However, if you are experiencing any COVID-like symptoms (such as a fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose) on the day of or immediately prior to the event, or have been in the presence of anyone known or suspected to be infected with the COVID-19 virus within the two weeks prior to the event, we ask that you not attend.
- What is the dress code?
- Appropriate dress is required throughout the Club for Members and their guests. CASUAL ATTIRE, including jeans in good repair, is permitted everywhere in the Club. NOT PERMITTED: Gym clothes, t-shirts, sweats, torn clothing, leggings, shorts, and beach attire are not permitted anywhere in the Club, except when a person is going directly to overnight rooms or athletic floors. Hats are not permitted, except for religious purposes and medical reasons.