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Schulte Roth Partners Discuss Hedge Fund Seeding

No fixed template for a complex relationship

As a leading law firm serving the alternative asset management industry, Schulte Roth & Zabel has a vista of early stage deal flow globally and is well-positioned to comment on trends in deal structuring. Here, we focus on hedge fund seeding, but the wide breadth of Schulte’s practice means that the firm also gets involved in advising on seeding of long-only, private equity, venture capital, real estate, and alternative lending funds, among others.

Schulte advises both seed investors and asset managers on the full spectrum of deal types, ranging from in-house seeding of new funds, spinoffs of management teams or subsidiaries, to seeding ‘platforms’ and ‘one-off’ seed deals. These can involve an infinite variety of deal structures and terms.

“Clients often ask: what is typical for seeding? There is no typical deal or arrangement. Deals are all over the place. This has much to do with what the seeder brings to the table in infrastructure, administrative help, assistance with distribution and capital raising, investment capital, working capital, and with how desperate is the manager. All of that affects the economics and terms, and there is no-one-sizefits-all,” says Schulte Roth & Zabel Investment Management Partner David J. Efron.

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