Richard Cardillo advises institutional investors on alternative investments, including private equity funds, venture funds, hedge funds, credit funds, infrastructure funds and real estate funds, as well as direct and syndicated co-investments, customized investment vehicles and separate accounts.

Richard counts among his clients some of the largest and most active participants in alternative investments, including state and local pension plans, sovereign wealth funds, endowments, foreign pension plans, insurance companies and other financial institutions, family offices and high net worth individuals. His dedication to this area of law and the breadth and sophistication of his practice ensures a comprehensive and continually evolving appreciation of market trends and terms. Moreover, Richard seeks to understand the business concerns underlying his clients’ investments and to bring a commercial approach to negotiations, so that legal matters compliment, rather than complicate, the investment underwriting, negotiation and decision-making process.

Richard also represents private investment funds, investment advisers, and sponsors in fund formation, regulatory and operational matters.