3PM @ 3 pm Webinar: What the Fiduciary Rule Means for 3PMs and their Manager Clients

Jun 15, 2016 03:00pm -
Jun 15, 2016 04:30pm

Event Type: Webinar
Category: Educational Seminar

Speaker Information

Victor L. Zimmermann Jr.
Co-Chairman, Investment Management Group

Mr. Zimmermann is a partner in the Investment Management group. He has experience representing broker-dealers, banks and investment advisers in day-to-day regulatory matters, financings, acquisitions, and proceedings before the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and other federal and state regulatory bodies. He also represents sponsors, managers, investors, consultants and fund administrators involved with domestic and offshore hedge funds.

Mr. Zimmermann has been engaged as an expert witness in various proceedings involving investment funds and asset management firms, is a frequent speaker at conferences relating to investment funds and is regularly published in journals in the financial services industry.  Mr. Zimmermann was formerly with the Enforcement Division of the SEC in Washington, D.C.

Shaun Reader
Investment Management Group


Mr. Reader is a partner in the Investment Management group. He concentrates on the international and domestic legal aspects of professional investment management. He also screens, structures and forms U.S. and offshore investment funds, including private equity funds, hedge funds, real estate funds and venture capital funds.

Mr. Reader's experience includes conducting due diligence on potential investments into alternative investment vehicles; advising on and negotiating the terms, rights and obligations relating to investments in and the operation and management of investment funds from both an investor perspective and an investment manager perspective; and developing structural solutions and other arrangements to accommodate various business, legal and regulatory considerations.


Javier Hernandez
Investment Management Group

Mr. Hernandez is a partner in the ERISA, Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits practice. His practice includes both executive compensation and employee benefits matters, including qualified and non-qualified retirement plans and welfare benefit plans, executive employment agreements, stock options and other stock compensation, deferred compensation arrangements, change of control agreements and severance arrangements. He counsels clients with respect to plan design and implementation, funding, and operation and compliance, including reporting and disclosure, as well as plan investment and fiduciary issues, plan terminations, and matters involving the Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Labor and the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. Mr. Hernandez also advises clients on the executive compensation and employee benefits aspects of mergers and acquisitions and other corporate transactions, as well bankruptcies and reorganizations.

Mr. Hernandez also advises pension funds and investment funds as to issues under Title I of ERISA, including plan asset, fiduciary and prohibited transaction issues.