- Presenter, "Business Continuity Planning, Disaster Recovery, Succession Planning and More," Investment Adviser Association Webinar, August 2017.
- Author,“Getting More Out of the Risk Assessment Matrix and Supervisory Responsibility Matrix,”Investment Adviser Association Newsletter, February 2017.
- Co-author, “U.S. Mutual Fund Swing Pricing Proposal: What Can We Learn from Europe?,” The Investment Lawyer, January 2016.
- Co-author, “Non-U.S. Banks May Invest in Third-Party Covered Funds Under the SOTUS Exemption,” The Investment Lawyer, June 2015.
- Co-author, "Political Law Considerations for Investment Advisers," Investment Adviser Association Newsletter, October 2014.
- Co-author, “The Volcker Rule’s Relevance for Asset Managers,” The Investment Lawyer, May 2014.
- Co-author, “SEC Staff Permits Streamlined Registration for Some Investment Advisers,” The Investment Lawyer, April 2012.
- Co-author, “SEC Proposes New Anti-Fraud Rule under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940,” The Investment Lawyer, April 2007.
David N. Solander
David Solander is a counsel in the firm’s Financial Industry, Investment Management, Private Investment Funds, and Digital Currency + Blockchain Technology practices. Mr. Solander’s practice focuses on advising private funds (hedge/trading, private equity, real estate, venture capital), registered funds and their investment advisers, and other companies on all asset management and related regulatory issues arising under the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and other federal securities laws. He has extensive experience providing legal, regulatory and compliance advice to hedge fund, private equity fund, real estate fund, and venture capital fund managers of all sizes, including with respect to internal compliance reviews and assessing and developing compliance programs. He also advises managers in connection with fund formation for hedge funds and private equity funds, investment product structuring, organization, and offering, and operations, including with respect to mergers and acquisitions of management companies. Mr. Solander advises companies utilizing blockchain technology and offering digital currency or tokens, and on fund formation related to trading in cryptocurrency and investing in initial coin or token offerings (ICOs).
Prior to joining Goodwin in 2016, Mr. Solander practiced at Allen & Overy LLP and Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP.
Tulane University Law School