Faegre Drinker announced today that Tiffany Reeves has joined the firm as a partner in the investment management practice in Minneapolis. Reeves comes to the firm from Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren.
Reeves is a trusted adviser to institutional investor clients in domestic and international private investments. She advises public pension fund clients on fiduciary, governance, legislative and general fund administration matters. Reeves has significant experience advising institutional asset owners on best practices. She regularly advises clients on private equity fund due diligence, U.S. Regulatory developments, custody and securities lending matters, secondary transactions, ESG and corporate governance.
“Tiffany’s highly sophisticated legal skillset will be sought after by institutional investor and public pension fund clients,” said investment management practice leader Joshua Deringer. “She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the investment management practice group, adding to the team’s depth and breadth.”
Reeves has served as the chief legal officer and deputy executive director for a $12 billion defined benefit public employee retirement fund. While serving as the fund’s chief legal officer, she was responsible for a variety of investment matters, including negotiation and review of private equity, private real estate and public market investments.
“Tiffany’s arrival will allow the investment management practice group in Minnesota to expand its services,” said Steven Kennedy, Faegre Drinker’s Minneapolis office leader. “We are excited for Tiffany to strengthen the team’s ability to meet the needs of existing and new clients locally and across the country.”
Reeves earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon, her master’s degree from Northwestern University and her Juris Doctor from the University of Oregon School of Law.
Faegre Drinker’s investment management practice helps clients solve complex regulatory and structural challenges — with an eye to mitigating operational and regulatory risk. We advise national and multinational registered and private funds and their sponsors, investment advisers, broker-dealers and other institutional market participants on business formation and growth. The group draws on deep in-house and industry experience to understand client businesses — and business objectives — and develop bespoke solutions that are practical and forward-thinking.