Cole-Frieman & Mallon Launches Alt. Mutual Fund Practice

Nov 1 2011 | 12:40pm ET

San Francisco-based investment management law firm Cole-Frieman & Mallon has hired Aisha Hunt as a partner to head the firm’s growing alternative mutual fund practice.

Hunt, who will be based in San Francisco, has served as in-house counsel at both Wells Fargo and Dodge & Cox. She has extensive legal experience from counseling emerging and established investment managers to separate accounts and hedge, UCITS and mutual funds. 

With the addition of Hunt, Cole-Frieman & Mallon now offers clients a broader suite of investment management legal services, including a ’40 Act practice focused on alternative mutual funds. 

"We are very excited that Aisha has joined the firm to launch our new alternative mutual fund practice,” said Karl Cole-Frieman. “Our clients will greatly benefit from her wide-ranging mutual fund knowledge, as well as her experience advising hedge fund managers.”
 
Headquartered in San Francisco, Cole-Frieman & Mallon provides a full suite of legal services to the investment management community, including: hedge fund, private equity fund, venture capital fund, mutual fund and UCITS fund formation.
 
 


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