is a tax partner resident in Fried Frank's New York office.
Mr. Roman's practice focuses on tax aspects of alternative investment funds and fund-related M&A, with significant experience in both corporate transactional work and matters involving real estate and real estate investment trusts (REITs). In addition to representing both sponsors and investors in fund formations, he has extensive experience representing investors in secondary sales of interests in private funds on both the sell-side and buy-side, as well as investors and sponsors in debt and equity co-investment transactions. Mr. Roman also has significant experience involving REITs, including representation of companies and underwriters in REIT formations, securities offerings, debt financings, asset acquisitions, dispositions, M&A, and other transactions.
Finally, Mr. Roman's practice focuses on mergers & acquisitions transactions, particularly cross-border transactions, representing clients in a range of industries, including real estate, telecommunications, health care, and manufacturing.
Before joining Fried Frank, Mr. Roman was a partner in the Tax Department of King & Spalding's New York office.
Honors & Awards
Mr. Roman is recognized by Legal 500 in US Taxes: Non-Contentious.
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