Debevoise appoints six
Debevoise & Plimpton has named Gregg Young and Fatema Al-Arayedh have been appointed as international counsel, while Brett Bush, Kate Kapych, Christina Chen Marex and Adam Namm have been named counsel.
Young is a member of the firm’s finance group. He advises private equity sponsors, funds, corporations and financial institutions on various domestic and cross-border transactions as well as fund finance.
Al-Arayedh is a member of the firm’s investment management group. Her practice focuses on advising private fund sponsors on fund formation and operation, co-investments, upper tier structuring and carried interest.
Bush is a member of Debevoise’s investment management group. His practice includes fund formation, regulatory and governance, ongoing operations, compensation and private fund-related transactions and investments across primary, co-investments, direct and secondaries across private equity, venture capital, real estate and debt.
Kapych is a member of the firm’s investment management group. Her practice involves advising alternative asset managers on the formation, structuring and ongoing operation of US and offshore private funds.
Marex is a member of the firm’s investment management group. She focuses on structuring, formation and regulation of private funds, managed accounts, strategic partnerships and co-investments.
Namm is a member of the firm’s tax group. His practice focuses on tax planning related to private equity fund formation.
These appointments follow the announcement that Matthew Pincus rejoined Debevoise as international counsel, back in January.