Katherine McCullough is counsel in the Firm's Washington, D.C. office. Ms. McCullough's practice focuses primarily on investment funds and asset management. Ms. McCullough represents asset managers in forming and negotiating the terms of private equity funds, funds of funds, joint ventures, separately managed accounts, investment holding companies and permanent capital vehicles, some of which include senior and subordinated debt tranches. Ms. McCullough also assists fund managers in establishing "house" entities for their platforms, including drafting constitutive documents for general partners and fund managers. Ms. McCullough has represented managers taking "seed" money from third-party anchor investors, and also represents multiple third-party anchor investors in their ownership of private equity fund managers.
Ms. McCullough also represents investors (including sovereign wealth funds, development finance institutions, and other institutional investors) in their investments in private equity funds, separately managed accounts, joint ventures and co-investment vehicles.
Ms. McCullough is an Adjunct Professor at the Georgetown School of Foreign Service.