Jamal Fulton’s practice focuses on the organization and operation of private investment funds, including buyout, growth, social impact, conduit, and hedge funds.

He also represents private fund sponsors in joint venture and co-investment arrangements and limited partners in their investments in private funds.

Jamal joined the firm in 2012 and became a partner in 2021. In 2014, he was resident in the London office.

Notable Experiences

  • TPG in a wide range of fund matters, including the formation and operation of a number of its social impact, private equity and growth funds, and in various co-investment arrangements.

  • KKR in the formation of its global impact, technology growth, health care growth, and pan-Asia funds.

  • Sixth Street in various co-investment arrangements and fund operations matters.

  • J.P. Morgan and iCapital in the formation of numerous conduit funds to permit high-net-worth investors to invest in investment funds.

  • Cascade in its investments in numerous funds.

  • Blackstone Alternative Asset Management in the formation of separately managed accounts and investment activities.

  • Acumen, a global anti-poverty organization, in fund formation matters.

  • Concrete Rose Capital in the formation of The Concrete Rose Fund, which targets investments in early-stage businesses founded by underrepresented people of color and/or that address significant social issues impacting minorities.

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