Kenneth I. Rosh
is a corporate partner resident in Fried Frank's New York office, head of the Firm's Private Equity Funds Practice and a member of the Firm's Governance Committee.
Mr. Rosh represents clients in a broad range of corporate and securities transactions, with a focus on private equity fund formation counseling, investments, acquisitions and secondary transactions; securities and capital markets; and general corporate matters. A partial list of his clients includes Bain Capital and Bain Capital Credit, BlackRock, Brookfield Asset Management, Fortress Investment Group, Goldman Sachs, HPS Investment Partners, Morgan Stanley, Permira, StepStone, Tapestry (formerly Coach); and Televisa.
Honors & Awards
Mr. Rosh is recognized as a leading individual in Private Equity Funds by Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Lawyers for Business and Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business (Band 1). Additionally, he is recognized by Legal 500 as a Leading Lawyer in Investment Fund Formation and Management: Private Equity Funds (including venture capital). He is also recognized annually by Who’s Who Legal for Private Funds and was a recipient of Law360's Asset Management MVP award. Mr. Rosh currently serves as Co-Chair of the Private Investment Funds Forum and is a member of the Private Investment Funds Committee of the New York City Bar Association and the American Bar Association Committee on Private Investment Funds.
Mr. Rosh is a past recipient of the Legal Aid Society's Pro Bono Publico Award.
Member, American Bar Association
Member, American Bar Association Committee on Private Investment Funds
Co-Chair, Private Investment Funds Forum
Member, Private Investment Funds Committee, New York City Bar Association
Board of Advisors, Tufts University School of Arts & Sciences
Board of Advisors, Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business
Executive Board, DREAM (formerly known as Harlem RBI), a nonprofit youth development and educational program serving over 2,500 youth in East Harlem
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