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Brett M. Logan

Phone: (305) 445-6063

Brett M. Logan is the Principal Attorney of Logan Law Office, P.A. Brett was born in Key West and resides in Miami with his wife and daughter. He is a triathlon enthusiast and is a dedicated student of the financial markets. He has devoted his career to assisting investment industry participants in understanding and implementing state-of-the-art legal and management strategies. He works with advisors and fund administrators throughout fund lifecycles, from concept to launch, management and wind-down.

Brett offers clients the unique perspective of his dual background in transactional work and the risk awareness of a securities litigator. He served in house for 8 years as general counsel to an alternative investment fund administrator with multi-billions in assets under administration. He also headed the legal and compliance department for a New York based NYSE floor trading firm & FINRA member boutique broker/dealer serving large hedge funds, with an emphasis on risk arbitrage trading execution. His litigation background includes involvement in all phases of class action securities suits.

Specific areas of expertise include formation of alternative investment vehicles, detailed guidance on SEC and state level requirements and obligations, ensuring compliance with ERISA, FINRA rules and Anti-Money Laundering requirements, as well as drafting fund agreements and assisting with marketing materials.

Based in Miami, Brett offers flexible, accessible Wall Street experience to local and global clients.

Education

  • Tulane University Law School, Juris Doctor (2001)
  • Florida State University, B.A. (1997)

Professional Certifications

  • Certified FINRA Arbitrator
  • ACAMS Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist

Bar & Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
  • Florida Bar
  • New York State Bar

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