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Ms. Hanlan is an associate in the Capital Markets practice. She provides corporate and tax legal advice to international and domestic investment fund managers and sponsors in structuring and forming private equity investment vehicles. The majority of Ms. Hanlan's investment fund formation experience is with funds that focus on emerging markets, including Africa, South Asia and Latin America, and investment vehicles with a global or sector-specific focus. Ms. Hanlan also has experience structuring funds of funds, and funds with investors from development financial institutions.
In addition, Ms. Hanlan serves as investment counsel for the investment programs of International Financial Institutions, institutional investors and family offices that are evaluating prospective investment funds for investment.
Ms. Hanlan is also an Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University's Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service, where she teaches a course on Private Equity in Emerging and Frontier Markets.
Prior to law school, Ms. Hanlan was a corporate strategy consultant for private and public sector clients at a global strategy consulting firm.