Ms. Beth Roth has extensive experience in securities and investment management law (1940 Acts), corporate governance and impact investing. She has represented clients before the SEC and state securities regulators, and has provided legal, operations and compliance guidance to funds, investment advisers, broker-dealers, transfer agents, economic development organizations and their service providers.
She has assisted clients with a full range of services, including organization, fund formation, registrations, compliance program development and maintenance, SEC inspections, mergers and reorganizations, and is knowledgeable about disclosure relating to investments spanning a variety of asset-classes, including equity, fixed-income, and cryptocurrencies.
Prior to joining FisherBroyles, Ms. Roth served on the staff of the SEC, as Associate General Counsel of Calvert Investments, and as Deputy General Counsel of an international financial development organization.
She was a member of the Investment Funds and Investment Companies practice group at Dechert, LLP, one of the world’s largest investment fund practices, and held positions at other AmLaw 100 and boutique law firms. Ms. Roth has also been an Associate Professor at George Washington University Law School, and a registered lobbyist on Capitol Hill.
Ms. Roth received her JD with highest honors from Nova Southeastern University, where she served as Executive Editor of the Nova Law Journal. She holds both an MA and an MBA from Columbia University, and completed post-graduate courses in international economic development, tax-exempt organizations and private fund law at Georgetown University. Her BA is from Douglass College of Rutgers University. Ms. Roth is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Florida, the District of Columbia, the United States Supreme Court, and five United States Courts of Appeals.
- District of Columbia
- US Supreme Court
- United Courts of Appeals for the Second, Third, Tenth, Eleventh and District of Columbia Circuits
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