Brian Delaney is a partner in the Investment Funds Practice Group, where his practice focuses on structuring and forming investment funds ranging from first-time funds to funds of over $2 billion. He represents leading fund sponsors across a wide variety of strategies, including leveraged buyout funds, energy funds, debt and credit funds, growth funds, venture funds, and other private investment vehicles. In addition to fund formation matters, Brian counsels fund sponsors on various operational and firm management issues, including governance matters, compensation and succession planning arrangements, separation arrangements, regulatory compliance, and other investment management matters. In addition, Brian counsels certain limited partner investors in connection with investments in private investment funds, as well as private equity executives in connection with structuring and negotiating compensation and governance arrangements.
Admissions & Qualifications
- University of Michigan Law SchoolJ.D.magna cum laude2012Notes Editor, Michigan Journal of Private Equity and Venture Capital Law
- Vanderbilt UniversityB.A., Economics2009