Aaron D. Withrow advises fund and ETF complexes, investment advisers, independent directors, fund distributors and related financial services firms. Mr. Withrow has advised clients on a variety of regulatory, corporate and compliance matters, including the formation and registration of new products and adviser entities, fund reorganizations and adviser change of control issues, fund and adviser compliance programs and codes of ethics, marketing and disclosure issues, general fund and adviser compliance matters, fund governance, the regulation of cross-border advisory service and product offerings and fund service provider contractual arrangements. He also has experience seeking exemptive and no-action relief from the SEC Staff and representing clients in SEC investigations and enforcement matters.
Mr. Withrow has significant experience advising clients on matters relating to the SEC’s liquidity risk management rule and has been quoted in the financial press (Ignites) with respect to this regulatory initiative.
- Case Western Reserve University, B.A., 2004, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
- Case Western Reserve University, M.S., Mathematics, 2006
- Boston University School of Law, J.D., 2010, cum laude, Edward F. Hennessey Scholar, Recipient of the Dean’s Award for Best Exam in Mutual Funds, Article Editor for the Review of Banking & Financial Law
- Georgetown University Law Center, LL.M., Securities & Financial Regulation, 2011, with Distinction, Dean’s List, Recipient of the CALI Award for Best Exam in Complex Derivative Transactions
- District of Columbia
- New York