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William Fry Offices
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Mr Sergey Dolomanov
Asset Management & Investment Funds
Sergey is a Partner in our Asset Management & Investment Funds Department. Sergey specialises in the establishment and regulation of UCITS and alternative funds and has significant ETF experience. He regularly advises leading asset managers on the establishment of new product and has worked extensively on the establishment of physical and synthetic ETFs pursuing a wide variety of investment strategies including ESG and SRI strategies, thematic funds, factor-based investing and investment in mainland China.
Sergey has advised on a number of major acquisitions of fund management businesses and consolidations of fund ranges. He also advises fund and management company directors on regulatory and corporate governance requirements.
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Noted for the ‘depth and breadth‘ of its practice, William Fry has expertise across the full range of investment funds, with particular strength in the ETF space, and has been active in advising leading asset management companies on the establishment of their European ETF platforms. The firm also has a strong funds regulatory solutions practice, led by Patricia Taylor. Senior partner Dan Morrissey heads the team, which also includes James Phelan and Sergey Dolomanov, who have expertise in ETFs and UCITS; Vincent Coyne, who leads the firm’s alternative investment funds practice; and John Aherne, who specialises in regulatory matters.
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