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K&L Gates
BOSTON, MA 02111 2900
United States


Mark Goshko, a partner in the investment management practice group, focuses broadly on investment management law, and representing registered open- and closed-end investment companies, investment company directors, unregistered hedge funds, investment advisers, broker-dealers, and banks. He deals regularly with the SEC, FINRA, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, New York Stock Exchange, and other regulatory agencies and organizations. He serves as the lead partner in representing several major mutual fund complexes; counsels hedge funds and advisers on a wide range of product development and compliance issues. In addition, he has extensive experience representing investment advisers in connection with the acquisition and disposition of investment advisory businesses.

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Investment fund formation and management > Mutual/registered/exchange-traded funds

(Hall of Fame)

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The calibre of clients instructing K&L Gates is testament to the ‘extraordinarily knowledgeable‘ firm’s standing in the registered funds market; Federated Hermes and John Hancock Investment Management are just two of the notable names on this roster. The offering is particularly adept in the transactional and regulatory spheres, and regularly handles key acquisitions, enforcement and litigation both in the US and abroad. The group’s leadership is split between three respected practitioners – the Washington DC office fields Mark Amorosi – whose broad workload also spans fund formation mandates – and Ndenisarya Bregasi, who ‘leads through example‘. Their counterpart in Boston is Michael Caccese, whose team on the ground comprises such recommended attorney as Mark Goshko and Clair Pagnano. The department’s reputation for proving itself ‘smart and creative when confronting new situations‘ ensures that ETFs, open-end, and closed-end funds frequently rely on its expertise when novel and complex issues arise.