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Colin Fulton is a partner in the Asset Management Department of Willkie Farr & Gallagher (UK) LLP in London. Colin’s practice focuses on advising sponsors of private investment funds, co-investment vehicles and separately managed accounts, in connection with a broad range of matters, including fund formation and on-going operational matters, co-investments and secondary transactions. He also advises fund sponsors and managers in structuring their governance and compensation arrangements. Colin has experience representing investors seeking opportunities in private investment funds as passive investors, co-investors and anchor investors covering numerous sectors and strategies, including buyout, debt, real estate, infrastructure, venture capital, fund of funds and energy funds.
Oxford Institute of Legal Practice, Legal Practice Course, 2006; Peterhouse, University of Cambridge, MA (honors), 2005
London > Investment fund formation and management > Private funds
Willkie Farr & Gallagher (UK) LLP provides advice to clients on the full lifecycle of funds from establishment and fundraising through to closing. Practice head Solomon Wifa is ‘knowledgeable and thorough’ with deep experience in advising on cross-jurisdictional private fund matters, while Henrietta de Salis specialises in providing regulatory advice. Colin Fulton was made up to partner in January 2021 and alongside Wifa handles both fund management and secondary transactions.
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- Risk advisory > Regulatory investigations and corporate crime (advice to corporates)
- Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: mid-market
- Dispute resolution > Competition litigation
- Finance > Debt capital markets
- Finance > High yield
- Finance > Acquisition finance
- Finance > Corporate restructuring & insolvency
- Corporate and commercial > Equity capital markets – mid-large cap
- Crime, fraud and licensing > Fraud: civil
- Investment fund formation and management > Private funds
- Corporate and commercial > EU and competition
- Corporate and commercial > Private equity: transactions – high-value deals (£250m+)
- Dispute resolution > International arbitration