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Ari Feder


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Ari concentrates his practice on tax issues arising in the private equity and alternative investment fund industry, with a particular emphasis on matters relating to partnership taxation and cross-border taxation.

Ari primarily represents private equity and alternative investment sponsors, providing guidance on the tax aspects of fund formation, fund structuring, and M&A transactions and a wide range of other tax issues. He also has significant experience advising institutional investors regarding the tax aspects of investments in private equity funds, hedge funds, real estate joint ventures, and other alternative investment vehicles.

Prior to joining Mintz, Ari was a senior associate in the New York office of a Canadian law firm. In that role, he counseled clients on the US tax aspects of cross-border transactions, including in relation to fund formation, M&A transactions, and investor-side representation with respect to investments in alternative vehicles. Earlier, he was an associate at an international firm that serves the financial services sector, where he worked primarily on matters involving hedge funds and private equity fund taxation.

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Mintz has appointed Members Gregory Fine and Matthew T. Simpson to co-lead the Private Equity practice alongside current chair, Kurt Steinkrauss. The change is effective immediately.
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As the pandemic and favorable market conditions drove record M&A and private equity dealmaking in 2021, Mintz’s Private Equity Practice handled a number of complex and impactful middle-market transactions for a growing number of private equity funds across the country spanning a variety of industries, including Charlesbank Capital Partners, DW Healthcare Partners, and Monomoy Capital Partners. In addition, the firm added several practitioners with extensive transactional knowledge to its deep bench to support private equity clients.
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