Marc Schubert

Marc Schubert
Marc Schubert is an associate in Weil’s London office and specialises in the formation and regulation of private equity and other investment funds.

Marc’s principal areas of expertise include advising a range of investment fund managers on the establishment and operation of private investment funds, as well as advising on the corresponding management and executive remuneration arrangements. Marc has extensive experience providing legal and compliance advice to private equity and other closed-ended fund managers based in the UK, Europe, North America and Asia in relation to fundraising and general financial services regulatory issues under UK, European and global financial services law and regulation including in relation to the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive, global marketing of investment funds, anti-money laundering requirements and other compliance issues.

Marc advises a number of charitable/not-for-profit organisations in relation to establishment and regulation of fund and investment structures on a pro bono basis often involving complex regulatory perimeter and structuring issues. He has recently advised Challenges Capital on the establishment of a pledge fund for social investment opportunities in developing nations and the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School in relation to setting up a fund to co-invest with the Saïd Business School Seed Fund, a student-run fund that invests in early-stage ventures founded by Oxford students and alumni.