Warren Goodworth is the founding partner of the Salt Lake City Investment Funds Practice Group. With over 20 years of experience, Warren is a trusted advisor to many leading private investment firms.
Warren leads fund matters for sponsors across a wide variety of strategies, including private equity, growth equity and leveraged buyout funds, special situations funds along with other debt and credit funds, secondary funds, fund-of-funds, feeder funds, co-investment funds, venture capital funds, funds focused on industry sectors such as healthcare, technology, consumer/retail, the financial sector and others, geographically-oriented funds, and other private investment fund strategies.
These matters range from fund formations to team spin-outs, fund restructurings, co-investments, secondary transactions, continuation funds, minority stake investments in fund management companies, succession planning, key person events, conflicts resolution, and internal manager operations. Warren has led fund formations ranging in size from under $100 million to over multiple billions.
In addition to the many fund sponsors he represents, Warren’s clients also have included corporate affiliates/parents of private fund sponsors, U.S. and non-U.S. family offices, institutional limited partners, sovereign wealth funds, senior investment professionals, portfolio company executives, and others in the private funds space.
Representative fund formation clients include: Arsenal Capital Partners, Balmoral Funds, BasePoint Advisors, Blue Point Capital Partners, DW Healthcare, Irving Place Capital, Nexus Capital Management, Northwestern Mutual, Prairie Capital, Sorenson Capital, Sturbridge Capital, Symphony Technology Group, Tower Arch Capital, Water Street Healthcare Partners, and 50 South Capital.
Admissions & Qualifications
- Syracuse University College of LawJ.D.cum laude2001
World Bank Fellow 2000–2001
- Utah State UniversityB.A., Political Science; Spanish Minor1998