Insights: News Releases Paul Foley Elected President of the Southeastern Hedge Fund Association
WINSTON-SALEM (August 8) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Paul Foley, a partner in the firm’s Winston-Salem office, was elected President of the Southeastern Hedge Fund Association (SEHFA).
Through programs, information and activities, SEHFA provides a professional forum to promote the growth and development of the southeastern alternative investment community, and to keep its members informed of industry best practices, regulatory changes, and the current investment environment. SEHFA is the preeminent alternative investment association in the southeastern United States.
A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law, Mr. Foley concentrates his practice in the areas of securities and corporate law, with a particular focus on private investment fund formation and investment adviser regulation. He regularly represents investment advisers, hedge funds, private equity funds, venture capital funds, real estate funds, funds of funds, institutional investors, broker-dealers, financial institutions and other entities with regard to complex federal and state securities regulatory matters.
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