Julia D. Corelli is a partner with Pepper Hamilton LLP’s Corporate andSecurities Practice Group and co-chairs its Funds Services Group, a coreconstituent of Pepper’s Investment Funds Industry Group (IFIG). Sheconcentrates in private investment fund formation, operations and compliance,private equity investment transactions, venture capital investments,acquisitions, dispositions and financings of business enterprises, joint ventures,and intra-partner dealings. She also is experienced in matters of investmentfund principal compensation and succession planning and serves as generaloutside counsel to family offices. The industry focus of funds and companiesshe counsels include biotechnology health care services, financial services,peer-to-peer lending, energy and natural resources, and real estate. Shecurrently also serves the firm as vice chair of its Executive Committee and co-chair of its Commercial Department.As a member of IFIG, Ms. Corelli is one of more than 60 lawyers nationwide in this multidisciplinary group, whichfocuses on areas vital to the success of all types of investment funds throughout their entire life cycle. Within IFIG,the Funds Services Group provides fund formation, operations and compliance counseling to sponsors, managers,advisers and investors from within and outside the United States. The group advises investment groups about thecomplex structuring, operational, and regulatory challenges they face on a daily basis in their investment managementbusiness and the deployment of the capital under their management.Ms. Corelli has spoken before numerous trade and bar associations and other functions on a variety of topics,including domestic and foreign private investment fund formation and operation issues, investment structures used byprivate investment funds, buy-sell agreements, succession planning and partnership, limited liability company and Scorporation planning and operational issues.Ms. Corelli joined Pepper in 1984. From 1989 through 1998, she was a member of the firm’s tax group, where shebecame a partner in 1992. She served on the Executive Committee from 2003 to 2009.
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