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Amy Rigdon advises clients on the formation and operation of a variety of traditional and non-traditional private investment vehicles, including private equity funds, co-investment funds, GP-led secondaries, and sponsor arrangements and governance.
Ms. Rigdon delivers creative and pragmatic counsel to a variety of participants in the funds space, including private equity firms, established and emerging fund managers, and institutional investors. Her experience ranges across fund types and investment areas, with a particular focus on energy and renewable funds, infrastructure funds, real estate funds, and private credit funds.
Ms. Rigdon’s work includes:
- Fundraising private investment funds and co-investment vehicles, both in the US and internationally
- Internal sponsor arrangements and governance
- GP-led secondary transactions
- Portfolio company acquisitions and divestitures, and management equity arrangements
- Compliance issues
Drawing on her experience advising SPACs since 2015, Ms. Rigdon frequently handles arrangements in connection with SPAC IPOs. Her work encompasses more than US$3 billion in SPAC IPO proceeds, including the first-ever Mexican SPAC.
Ms. Rigdon regularly speaks and writes on topics related to investment funds, institutional investing, and securities issues.
Ms. Rigdon has served in several firm leadership roles, including as Co-Chair of the Women Enriching Business Committee in the Washington, D.C. office.
Ms. Rigdon also actively supports a number of nonprofit organizations, including the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia. Among her efforts, she served as Co-Chair of the organization’s Generous Associate Campaign for several years. Ms. Rigdon’s involvement in this initiative earned her recognition as part of the group that won the Young Lawyers Section of the Bar Association of Washington, D.C.’s 2018 Young Lawyer of the Year award.
She is also a member of the Young Lawyers Network Leadership Council of the D.C. Bar Foundation and a member of the Board of Overseers of Stetson University College of Law.