Prior to joining Goodwin, Runjhun practiced in the Investment Management Practice of an international law firm. Runjhun was previously the assistant general counsel at a global asset manager and a private funds associate at another nationally recognized law firm. She began her legal career in India in the corporate legal group of a large Indian bank (with international offices) in New Delhi, India.
Runjhun Kudaisya is a partner in Goodwin’s Private Equity group. She is a member of the firm’s Private Investment Funds practice. Runjhun has extensive experience advising asset managers on all aspects of fund formation and investment adviser matters. She counsels clients on forming, structuring, launching, and ongoing operating of investment funds, including private equity, infrastructure, real estate, debt, hedge funds, separate account arrangements, "fund-of-one" structures, and customized investment products. Her clients range from global institutional asset managers to startups and mid-sized managers.
Runjhun also counsels investors such as sovereign wealth funds, fund of funds, and public pension plans, in connection with their investments into private investment funds across various asset strategies, including private equity funds, hedge funds, real estate and infrastructure funds, debt funds, fund of funds, and hybrid funds.
Runjhun also advises investment advisers in regulatory and compliance matters, including registration and compliance policies and procedures. Runjhun advises clients on the structuring of arrangements between investment managers' principals, seeding transactions, co-investment transactions, and secondary transactions. She also counsels investment fund managers faced with restructuring, succession planning, and conflict resolving.
New York University School of Law
(Graduate Editor, NYU Journal of Law and Business)
Symbiosis Law School, India