Heather Wyckoff Elevated to Counsel at Haynes and Boone New York


NEW YORK – Haynes and Boone, LLP has promoted Heather Wyckoff to counsel in the firm’s Investment Funds and Private Equity Practice Group.

“Since joining the firm, Heather has surpassed all expectations in advising and helping clients achieve success,” said Craig Unterberg, head of the New York-based Prime Brokerage and Equity Lending Practice Group. “We look forward to her continued growth within the firm. Her future looks bright.”

Wyckoff’s practice focuses on the formation and ongoing representation of domestic and offshore hedge funds, funds of funds, private equity funds, commodity pools, separate accounts/funds of one, and the managers of/advisers to such products.

She advises clients with respect to CFTC and NFA rules and regulations and other CPO/CTA operational matters, including with respect to preparing and filing NFA disclosure documents, compliance policies and procedures, and issues relating to financial reporting, exam proficiency requirements, marketing and periodic audits. She counsels investment advisers with respect to registration/Form ADV, investment advisory contracts, compliance manuals and other policies and procedures, and issues relating to advertising, websites, and marketing materials.

Wyckoff also represents fund investors with respect to matters including structuring of seed capital arrangements, negotiation of side letters, due diligence and other matters relating to their investments in private funds or managed account programs.

Prior to Haynes and Boone, Wyckoff served as general counsel and chief operating officer of a New York investment adviser, where she was responsible for overseeing all legal matters for the firm and managing its day-to-day operations, including all fund-related matters as well as general corporate, employment and intellectual property matters.

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