PRACTICESCorporate & Business Law
- New York
- New Jersey
Anthony L. Perricone
Anthony Perricone, the founding and managing partner of Perricone Law (www.PerriconeLaw.com), is of counsel to Phillips Nizer LLP, and leads the firm’s private equity practice.Tony focuses his broad investment management practice on representing private fund sponsors, investment managers, institutional investors, and family offices, and has close to 25 years of experience in fund formation, partnership and limited liability company (LLC) law, Securities and Exchange Commission registration and compliance, investor negotiations, and secondary transactions.
Tony also advises private equity fund sponsors investing in manufacturing companies, telecom and media assets, consumer product companies, health care and technology, as well as major real estate fund sponsors investing in commercial, multi-family, industrial, and hospitality properties throughout the United States and Europe. Tony works with both large and small specialty fund sponsors that have been formed to invest in commodities, renewable energy projects, oil tankers, fine art, and other assets.
Tony also advises institutional investors, pension plans, sovereign wealth funds, family offices, and high-net-worth individuals regarding alternative asset investments and dispositions, as well as in negotiating strategic equity and seed investments in emerging managers. He is experienced in negotiating investment management agreements, co-investment agreements, and side letter agreements.
Prior to practicing law, Tony was a CPA and financial consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers in New York City before moving to Geneva, Switzerland to become a strategic advisor to a prominent family office with interests in shipping, banking, oil refining, and real estate.
Tony is a graduate of Drexel University where he majored in Accounting & Finance, and holds a J.D. from The George Washington University Law School where he was selected as an Editor of the George Washington University Journal of International Law and was appointed as a Member of the Moot Court Board. Tony has also been an Adjunct Professor at New York University, where he taught courses in Mergers & Acquisitions.