The future is now!

Investment Products Counsel @ Leading Digital Currency Asset Manager

Stamford, CT [Hybrid]
$200,000 to $225,000 + bonus

About the Company

This company is the world’s largest digital currency asset manager. Through its family of investment products, the company provides access and exposure to the digital currency asset class in the form of a traditional security without the challenges of buying, storing, and safekeeping digital currencies directly. With a proven track record and unrivaled experience, the company’s products operate within existing regulatory frameworks, creating secure and compliant exposure for investors.

Job Overview

The company is seeking an experienced investment management, private funds, or securities attorney to support its growing suite of investment products. You will be deeply involved in strategy, initial offering, development, and maintenance of the company’s crypto asset products, which may include single asset trusts, thematic investment products, and private funds.

Key Responsibilities

  1. Launch their next generation of digital asset investment products and services by drafting fund documents, including private placement memoranda, operating agreements, and subscription materials.
  2. Develop and maintain the existing product suite by preparing and reviewing annual, quarterly and current reports (i.e., 10-Ks, 10-Qs and 8-Ks).
  3. Advise on the legal and regulatory requirements of private funds and SEC-reporting investment vehicles.
  4. Maintain up-to-date and consistent prospectuses and offering memoranda.
  5. Stay up to date on SEC rules, guidance and interpretations that impact the business.
  6. Work with and manage outside counsel.
  7. Respond to regulatory correspondence.
  8. Coordinate with the ETF, finance, distribution, accounting and operations teams and service providers.

About You

  1. JD from a top-tier law school.
  2. 3-5 years of experience in a New York law firm capital markets or investment management practice, or in-house at an asset manager.
  3. Experience with drafting periodic reports, such as annual reports on Form 10-K, quarterly reports on Form 10-Q, and current reports on Form 8-K.
  4. Experience working with drafting Fund offering documents, including private placement memoranda and limited partnership agreements.
  5. Basic knowledge of cryptocurrencies and their legal and regulatory implications (preferred).
  6. Experience working with SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance, T&M and/or IM (preferred).
  7. Experience with SEC filings and working with commercial printers (e.g., Donnelly, Merrill).
  8. Advanced MS Office skills including MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
  9. Strong attention to detail, including mechanical aspects of drafting.
  10. Strong research skills and an inquisitive mindset.
  11. Multitasks and manages/prioritizes workload to meet aggressive deadlines.
  12. Analytical thinker that can work independently in a fast-paced environment.
  13. Strong interpersonal and communication skills.


This search is being led by Kathleen Mon ( for Whistler Partners.  

Please contact them for a confidential conversation.

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