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Open-End vs. Closed-End Real Estate and Infrastructure FundsJune 14, 2017
O’Melveny partner Tim Clark and counsel Alicja Biskupska-Haas co-authored the article “Open-End vs. Closed-End Real Estate and Infrastructure Funds” for the Spring 2017 edition of The Real Estate Finance Journal. The authors offer a high-level overview of the benefits and drawbacks of investing in real estate and infrastructure assets through open-end and closed-end funds.
Drawing on more than 20 years of experience in the investment fund sector, Clark advises clients in connection with fund formations and structuring transactions, such as investment adviser mergers and acquisitions, and investments into private funds. Biskupska-Haas specializes in fund formation, operations, and compliance with securities laws. They both reside in O’Melveny’s New York office.
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