Mr Gerald Kehoe > Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP > New York, United States > Lawyer Profile

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
NEW YORK, NY 10178-0060
United States

Work Department

Latin America Team; Investment Management


Gerald focuses on private investment capital formation and investment product structuring. He advises fund sponsors managing vehicles investing in energy, infrastructure, renewables, buyouts, and other strategies. He also advises sponsors and global institutional investors on structuring and implementing co-investments, direct investing pools, master feeder partnerships, and other complex investment structures. Jerry advises US and international sponsors in fund launches, raising substantial commitments for investments in power and energy generation and transmission assets, real estate, solar and wind projects, patent royalty strategies, leveraged buyouts, clean technology, and other infrastructure assets. Commitments are sourced from institutional US and international investors, including sovereign wealth funds, US and global pension plans, insurance companies, endowments, family offices, and foundations. Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business ranked Jerry from 2009 to 2015. He is active in international business associations and committees promoting the development of commercial law and trade.


He was previously a partner in the investment management practice of an international law firm, where he spent four years as the managing partner of its London office.


Member, International Bar Association


Cornell University, Temple University School of Law

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Investment fund formation and management > Private equity funds (including venture capital)

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP reports an increase in sovereign wealth fund matters, and in this space, Peter Phleger in San Francisco advised Pantheon Ventures on a $2bn commitment into a customized fund from Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF), the sovereign wealth fund of Japan. Paul McCoy, who operates out of the New York and San Francisco offices, represented the Public Investment Fund (PIF) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in a $50m investment in Warburg Pincus Financial Sector LP. Pension plan matters are another core area of strength; Louis Singer, who splits his time between London and New York, advised the New York City Comptroller’s Office on the launch of a number of strategic partnerships, with an aggregate value of $3bn, between KKR and five New York City pension funds. Gerald Kehoe, who advises Lime Rock Partners, is a key contact in the Boston office.