Finance partner Alyson Gal and finance counsel Patricia Teixeira co-authored a chapter in International Comparative Legal Guides’s sixth edition focused on public investment funds titled, “Credit Facilities for Registered Investment Funds.”
Within the chapter, Alyson and Patricia highlight the differences in financing structures for open-end and closed-end registered funds, and discuss some of the common considerations and issues that arise in such financings.
Alyson and Patricia write, “given the highly regulated nature of open- and closed-end funds, the complicated and sophisticated nature of their investment techniques, and continuing developments in the regulatory landscape, ongoing close cooperation between the fund regulatory counsel, fund lending counsel and the fund’s business team is essential.”
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