Radhika Kshatriya is a partner in the Investment Funds Group in Kirkland & Ellis LLP’s Los Angeles office. She counsels private fund sponsors on regulatory issues that arise during fundraises, SEC examinations, corporate transactions and ongoing operations. She has extensive experience with the application of federal and state securities laws to the asset management industry, including the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.


Thought Leadership


Co-Author, “Significant Amendments to Private Fund Adviser Reporting on Form PF,” Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance, 2023

Co-Author, “SEC’s Recent Decision Regarding ‘Qualified Client’ Status,” Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance, 2021


Speaker, Kirkland & Ellis 2023 Registered Adviser Seminar & CCO Summit, October 2023

Speaker, “How CFOs Can Play a Key Role in Fundraising and a Discussion on the New SEC Marketing Rules,” FEA So Cal PE/VC Luncheon, October 2022


Admissions & Qualifications

  • 2019California
  • 2018New York


  • New York University School of LawJ.D.2017
    Notes Editor, Journal of Legislation and Public Policy
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel HillB.A., Philosophy2013