Denver Partner Elizabeth Sipes and Boulder Partner Mark Weakley will present Feb. 13 at The Regulatory Fundamentals Group’s 2018 Annual Meeting in Los Angeles. The conference will focus on the changing role of the investment office and will include discussions on considerations for endowments investing in derivatives, managing the NDA deluge, current issues for LPs and more.

Sipes and Weakley will present on the panel “Does Investment Infrastructure Matter? Direct Investments, Co-Investments and Joint Ventures,” which will explore how these investments affect an endowment’s investment risk profile.

Sipes is co-leader of Bryan Cave’s Private Funds Practice. She focuses her practice on private investment funds, investment management and corporate matters. She counsels sponsors of private investment funds, including private equity, venture capital funds, real estate private equity and hedge funds, in all stages of their business. Sipes also represents institutional investors, including corporate and government pension plans, university and other endowments, with their alternative investments in private equity, venture capital, hedge funds and real estate.

Weakley is leader of the firm’s Technology, Entrepreneurial & Commercial Practice and co-leader of the Private Funds Practice. He has substantial experience advising sponsors and managers on the formation and operation of U.S. and offshore private investment funds, including hedge funds, private equity funds, venture capital funds, real estate funds and other pooled investment vehicles. As a surrogate “in-house counsel,” his representation of clients focuses on complex transactional and business counseling in areas such as venture finance, strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, securities, corporate governance, divestitures, business deals and contracts.

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