Alyssa Clough Horton
Alyssa Horton is a counsel in the corporate department. Alyssa has a wide range of experience in private fund matters including advising clients with respect to regulatory issues that face the private fund industry, investing in private funds and general fundraising matters. Her clients have included both U.S. and non-U.S. institutional investors and private funds. In addition, she advises clients with transactional matters, including restructuring and acquisition transactions. Alyssa also represents a variety of charitable organizations and manages the firm’s yearly food drive to support the Greater Boston Food Bank.
- Regularly advise U.S. and non-U.S. private investment funds and investors on various regulatory obligations (including Thomas H Lee Partners LP, Hellman & Friedman, Makena Capital Management, AlpInvest Partners, Inc. and Bain Capital LLC).
- Represent institutional investors in matters related to private fund investments and non-traditional management arrangements on an ongoing basis (including Stanford Management Company and Kamehameha Schools)
- Advise endowments, foundations, and non-profit organizations in various regulatory matters impacting investors (including Harvard Management Company, Yale University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation).
- Advise private investment fund on various fundraising and fund maintenance matters (including Veronis Shuler Stevenson and Parallel Investment Partners)
- Represented Bain Capital Credit in its successful acquisition and restructuring of Encompass Group Affiliates, Inc.
- Co-author, "Direct Investment Reporting — What PE Funds Must Know," Law360 (April 30, 2012)
- Co-author, "Proposed Volcker Rule and the Effect on Private Fund Sponsors and Investors," Hedge Fund Law Report (October 2011)
- Co-author, "How Large Trader Rules Apply To Private Equity Advisers," Law360 (October 2011)