Provided by John V O'Hanlon
John V. O’Hanlon represents investment managers, investment funds and their boards of directors, and other financial institutions in corporate, regulatory, compliance, and enforcement matters.
Mr. O’Hanlon has over 30 years of securities legal experience, including five years on the staff of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Investment Management, where he served as an Assistant Chief Counsel of the Division. Mr. O’Hanlon has extensive experience advising U.S. registered funds and their managers on a wide variety of matters, including the development, organization and registration of funds, regulatory and compliance matters, fund reorganizations, affiliated transactions, changes of control and requests for exemptive and no-action relief. Mr. O’Hanlon regularly advises boards of directors on governance matters, fiduciary oversight, and issues relating to advisory fees and distribution arrangements.