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Proskauer Rose LLP

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Robin Painter

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Proskauer Rose LLP

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CORPORATE

Position

Robin Painter is a partner and global co-head of the Private Investment Funds Group. She previously served as co-head of the Firm's Corporate Department. She has a network of contacts developed over more than 25 years in the private equity and venture capital industry. She advises fund managers, institutional investors and investment advisors on a broad range of issues, including structuring private investment funds, portfolio investments, spin-outs, secondary transactions, internal governance and divestments and distributions. The majority of Robin’s practice involves representing sponsors in structuring private investment funds and representing U.S. and global institutional investors and investment advisors.


United States: Investment fund formation and management

Private equity funds (including venture capital)

Within: Leading lawyers

Robin Painter - Proskauer Rose LLP

Within: Private equity funds (including venture capital)

Proskauer Rose LLPprovides substantial senior partner attention proactively’, handling general and limited partner-side work regarding asset classes such as venture capital, traditional buyouts and credit, as well as more exotic ones such as litigation finance. David Tegeler and Michael Suppappola, advised Lexington Partners on forming a $2.5bn fund investing in secondaries; Tegeler also advised Falcon Investment Advisors on launching a $1bn debt fund with a cross-border structure including Brunei and Bermuda. Malcolm Nicholls (who ‘brings a wealth of knowledge and channels it into a very practical business approach’) and Robin Painter advised Adams Street Partners on a range of launches, including funds-of-funds and venture-growth funds. In the venture capital space, Stephen Mears and Matthew McBride advised New Enterprise Associates on forming its 16th fund, which raised $3.35bn, while Howard Beber advised Atomico on creating Atomico IV. Sarah Cherry’s work includes secondaries transactions for major institutional investors. The aforementioned lawyers are based in Boston; however, Chip Parsons and Monica Arora are key names in New York.

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