Schulte Roth Names Two To London Partnership

Jun 8 2012 | 10:26am ET

Law firm Schulte Roth & Zabel has promoted two members of its leading London hedge fund practice to its partnership.

Nicholas Fagge and Kerrie Walsh became partners at the New York-based firm at the beginning of the month. The two have been with Schulte Roth since it launched its London office a decade ago.

"These promotions reflect our view of the strategic importance of London to our global investment management practice and our dedication to the investment fund industry overall," Steven Fredman, co-head of Schulte Roth's investment management group, said.

Fagge focuses on U.K. managers and seeding transactions. Walsh is an expert on both U.S. and British financial services laws and regulations.


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