Ex-Credit Suisse Alts Director Joins Lowenstein Sandler

Oct 21 2013 | 11:12am ET

A former director of alternative investments at Credit Suisse has joined Lowenstein Sandler as a senior counsel in its investment management group.

Edward Nadel, who most recently served as general counsel and chief compliance officer at Star Mountain Capital, will advise clients on fund formation and structuring, fund transactions, and regulatory and compliance matters.  

At Credit Suisse, Nadel was responsible for the structuring and development of private equity funds, hedge funds, mutual funds, joint ventures, funds of funds and employee plans. He also acted as interim chief operating officer of DLJ Merchant Banking Partners, Credit Suisse’s leveraged buyout private equity group. At Star Mountain, Nadel was responsible for all legal and compliance matters relating to the operation of a start-up private equity firm. 

“We are thrilled to have Ed join us, and he will be a valuable asset to our firm, serving our most sophisticated investment management clients,” said Robert G. Minion, partner and chair of Lowenstein Sandler’s investment management group, in a statement. “Ed has a long career advising many of the largest funds globally, is a leader in the industry, and we are delighted to welcome him to Lowenstein Sandler.” 


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