"Trump’s Impact on Investment Management:
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Brian Farmer is chairman of Hirschler’s business law section and leader of the firm's investment management practice group. His practice focuses on the investment management industry, advising both institutional investors and investment managers. Brian’s institutional investor clientele includes several top university and hospital endowments, pension plans, family offices and outsourced chief investment offices (OCIOs). His team recently completed the formation of a non-profit investment management firm dedicated to managing the investments of its university and hospital affiliates and their supporting foundations.
Brian also advises fund managers and registered investment advisors (RIAs) regarding ownership arrangements, change of control transactions, sharing of performance compensation, outside business activities and regulatory compliance. Brian has formed and advised on the operations of numerous private funds in a variety of asset classes.
Brian is a former member of the Board of Trustees and Investment Advisory Committee of the Richmond Retirement System. He believes a deep understanding of the investment management industry is essential to effectively serving its participants. He is a frequent lecturer at investment industry events and has been quoted in Reuters, The Wall Street Journal Online, PE Manager, Hedge Fund Alert and Opalesque, among other publications. He has been named a “Leader in the Field” by Chambers USA.
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