Amanda K. Moore focuses her practice on the formation and operation of private investment funds, including buyout funds, real estate funds, infrastructure and energy funds, credit funds, secondaries funds, seeding funds, and hedge funds, among others, as well as separately managed accounts, “funds-of-one” and other customized investment vehicles.
She also advises clients on the formation and operation of “upper tier” entities, investment advisers and general partners, including “carried interest” plans and other profit-sharing arrangements, as well as related transactional matters such as strategic investments and joint ventures.
In addition, she has extensive experience representing fund sponsors and broker-dealers in connection with the distribution of alternative investments to high net worth clients on a worldwide basis.
Prior to joining Simpson Thacher, Amanda was a partner in the Investment Management group of a New York-based law firm. Representative clients included J.P. Morgan Asset Management, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and Morgan Stanley, among others.
Amanda received her J.D., cum laude, from Boston University School of Law, where she was an editor of the Journal of Science and Technology Law, and her B.S. from Duke University. She is admitted to practice in New York.