Venture Capital Funds
Usually used for making small- to medium-sized investments, venture capital (VC) funds typically have more straightforward structures than private equity funds or hedge funds. While some operate under the typical structure, some VC funds are more complex and require unique legal entity and tax structures. For that reason, VC fund formation work is done at the firm's hourly rate of $250 per hour, unless otherwise agreed to before the start of work.
Other Types of Funds
Our law firm has formed private fund companies that have features of venture capital funds, private equity funds, and hedge funds. Such "hybrids" are usually created with a specific asset type in mind.
If you're interested in a unique, hybrid-style fund, please consult with one of our attorneys. As with our other private fund formation practice, our firm charges for this work at the firm's hourly rate of $250 per hour, unless otherwise agreed to prior to the start of work.
Private Equity Funds
Private equity (PE) funds are usually used to purchase large stakes in private companies or take large, controlling stakes in publicly-traded companies, while other PE funds invest in late-stage growth companies and startups.
If you're interested in starting a PE fund, our firm does PE fund formation work at the rate of $250 per hour, unless otherwise agreed to before the start of work.
Many hedge funds usually invest their clients' assets in larger, publicly-traded companies, while some will use assets for unique arbitrage opportunities or complex, one-of-a-kind financial investments. Like PE funds and VC funds, every hedge fund is unique in its own way.
If you're interested in starting a hedge fund, our firm does hedge fund formation work at the rate of $250 per hour, unless otherwise agreed to before the start of work.