With respect to private investment funds, Mr. Jordan advises clients on a broad spectrum of legal issues and considerations relating to the establishment and operation of U.S. and international private investment funds. He also represents institutional investors seeking to invest in private investment funds and in investment advisers.
In the registered investment company area, Mr. Jordan advises clients in the development, structuring, operation and regulation of business development companies, closed-end funds, mutual funds and exchange-traded funds. He has represented funds, fund sponsors and underwriters in initial public offerings and secondary market financings, including at-the-market offerings, rights offerings, and debt and preferred securities offerings, by closed-end funds and business development companies. Mr. Jordan also regularly counsels registered investment funds and their boards of directors in connection with directors’ duties, corporate governance and regulatory matters.
He also has advised buyers and sellers in a number of significant transactions in the asset management industry and on a range of issues relating to the U.S. Investment Company Act, the U.S. Investment Advisers Act and the rules and regulations of FINRA. He regularly counsels domestic, international and multinational operating companies and REITs regarding their status under the U.S. Investment Company Act.
Mr. Jordan has an active pro bono practice and is a member of the steering committee of Skadden’s Black Lawyers for Diversity affinity network and a member of the Chicago office’s Summer Committee.
- J.D., University of Maryland School of Law, 2015
- B.A., University of Delaware, 2012