Phil Giglio is an associate in the Investment Funds Group of the corporate department. He focuses his practice on the representation of investment advisers, private investment funds, and investment companies. He has experience representing investment advisers in the formation and operation of their private investment funds as well as their secondary market transactions involving private equity, hedge, and real estate fund interests. In addition, he has significant experience in large business transactions involving the purchase and sale of asset managers.
FSOC: Are Asset Managers’ Products and Activities Creating Systemic Risk? The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation. January 31, 2015. (Co-author)
Expense Allocation: the SEC Brings Down the Hammer, Journal of Investment Compliance, Vol. 16. Iss: 1, pp 66–68. January 2015. (Co-Author)
Admissions & Qualifications
- 2014New York
- University of Chicago Law SchoolJ.D.2013
- Georgetown UniversityB.S., Finance2010