MacRae Robinson focuses his practice in the areas of private funds including hedge funds and private equity funds, investment management regulation, mergers and acquisitions, securities regulation, commercial transactions, and general business and corporate law.
Prior to joining the firm, MacRae was an Assistant Vice President with the Fund Linked Products group at Credit Suisse in the Research Triangle Park, North Carolina where he structured credit facilities for funds of funds (hedge funds and private equity) and single manager funds. As an Assistant Vice President on the Public Disclosures team, MacRae advised Credit Suisse executives on all interim and annual regulatory filings.
While attending law school, MacRae was a research assistant for Professor John F. Coyle, an intern in the Enterprise Shared Services – Business Development Office at the Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) in Washington, D.C., and an intern in the Chambers of Justice Paul M. Newby in the Supreme Court of North Carolina in Raleigh, North Carolina. MacRae also served as the Institute Editor of the North Carolina Banking Institute Journal.
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University of North Carolina School of Law J.D. (2015)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill B.A. (2011) Political Science, Minor in History
New York (2016)
North Carolina (2020)
Supreme Court of New York, Appellate Division, Third Judicial Department
Imprints Care, Board of Advisors, Member (2021)
Fellowship Home, Board of Advisors, Member (2019 – Present)
North Carolina Center for Banking and Finance, Board of Advisors, Member (2014-2016)
R.J. Reynolds High School Varsity Boys Lacrosse, Volunteer Assistant Coach (2012)
Habitat for Humanity, Volunteer (2003-Present)
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