Holding Redlich appoints seasoned investment funds star as new partner

Andrew Stone advised on the launch of a global infrastructure fund with an asset value of ~US$3bn

Holding Redlich appoints seasoned investment funds star as new partner
Andrew Stone

Holding Redlich has appointed seasoned investment funds practitioner Andrew Stone to its corporate and commercial practice as a partner.

Stone has 20 years of experience in the investment management and financial services industry. He has represented major global asset management groups in establishing and operating investment funds across all asset classes, such as real estate, infrastructure, public and private equity, and public and private debt.

He has worked on deals involving fund and fund-like structures, funds of one, separately managed accounts, ETFs, co-investments, joint ventures, and other capital partnerships. He has also advised on AFSL-related matters, product disclosure statements, and product design and distribution obligations. Moreover, he has handled asset management-related M&A and asset transactions.

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Stone previously represented HRL Morrison & Co in the launch of the HRL Morrison & Co Global Infrastructure Fund, which started with an asset value of about US$3bn. Additionally, he played a role in the launch of Richmond Bridge Asset Management and in its investment mandate with UniSuper, leading to industrial real estate acquisitions valued at approximately $700m to date.

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