Schulte Roth Adds Ex-Kepos, Raptor, Millennium Lawyer

Nov 13 2012 | 11:04am ET

Schulte Roth & Zabel has boosted its already considerable alternative investments with the addition of Brian Daly.

The New York law firm said that Daly has joined it as a partner. It is his first firm job: Daly has spent the last 10 years as in-house counsel to a number of hedge funds, including Kepos Capital, Raptor Capital Management, Carlyle-Blue Wave Partners Management and Millennium Partners.

Daly was a founding partner at Kepos and also got in on the ground floor at Raptor and Carlyle-Blue Wave.

"Having worked with Brian as a client of the firm, we have first-hand experience of his knowledge and expertise," Marc Elovitz, who heads Schulte Roth's regulatory and compliance group, said. "Brian's legal insight and industry experience will prove invaluable to our clients as regulatory requirements grow in number and complexity."


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