Regan Adamson focuses his practice on private funds, investment advisers, securities, and mergers and acquisitions.
Private Funds. Mr. Adamson represents clients on structuring, forming, and offering private investment vehicles, including “blind pools”, co-investment vehicles, and single purpose vehicles. Mr. Adamson regularly advises managers of private equity funds, hedge funds, funds of funds, debt funds, and real estate funds, regarding fund formation and ongoing fund operations. In addition, Mr. Adamson regularly assists fund clients with their portfolio transactions, including venture capital and private equity investments, lending transactions, and real estate investments.
Investment Advisers. Mr. Adamson has extensive experience in representing investment advisers in various securities, compliance, and corporate matters, including drafting and reviewing investment advisory agreements and other material contracts and developing and implementing customized compliance policies and procedures. Mr. Adamson regularly represents investment advisers in mergers and acquisitions and provides advice in connection with strategic relationships.
Corporate Transactions. Mr. Adamson regularly represents clients in various corporate transactions, including private placements, venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and general corporate matters. Mr. Adamson also assists corporate clients in a drafting and negotiating a broad range of commercial agreements.
Mr. Adamson speaks Japanese.
Assisted a New York based real estate management and investment company in purchasing over $113 million in apartment projects across four Southern states. These transactions involved complex real estate, financing, and corporate issues, including title issues involving bankruptcy, acquisition financing consisting of both Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae guaranteed loans, and solicitation of investors through a crowd funding website.
Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D. (2010) magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
Brigham Young University, B.A., Political Science, Minor in Japanese (2006)
North Carolina (2010)
Wake Forest Law Review, Business Editor (2009-2010)
North Carolina Bar Association, Business Law Section, Member
Bookmarks, Board Member
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