Greg Larkin is a corporate counsel and a member of the firm’s Investment Management Group, based in the Washington, D.C. office. Mr. Larkin focuses his practice on providing regulatory and compliance advice to financial services firms, particularly investment advisers and sponsors of private investment funds and other pooled investment vehicles. Mr. Larkin also counsels operating companies concerning status issues they may face under the Investment Company Act of 1940.
Mr. Larkin is the co-author of numerous articles, including “SEC Adopts Expanded Definition of Accredited Investor Increasing Access to Private Markets,” INSIGHTS (October, 2020); “It’s Time to Take Credential Stuffing Seriously,” Compliance & Enforcement (October, 2020); “What Will The “Eyes And Ears” Of The SEC Choose To See And Hear This Year? OCIE Announces Examination Priorities For 2015,” Vol. 16 No.2, Journal of Investment Compliance, (July, 2015); “Expense Allocation: The SEC Brings Down The Hammer,” Vol. 16 No. 1, Journal of Investment Compliance (May, 2015); “FSOC: Are Asset Managers’ Products And Activities Creating Systemic Risk?,” The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (January, 2015); “SEC Settles First “Pay-To-Play” Enforcement Action,” Financial Fraud Law Report (October, 2014); “Debevoise & Plimpton Discusses Treatment of Special Purposes Vehicles under the Advisers Act,” The CLS Blue Sky Blog: Columbia Law School's Blog On Corporations and The Capital Markets (August, 2014); “Options under the Volcker Rule for Banks to Sponsor Private Equity and Hedge Funds,” The Banking Law Journal (June, 2014); “Options under the Volcker Rule for Bank Investment in Unaffiliated Private Equity and Hedge Funds,” The Hedge Fund Law Report (March, 2014);“Time For Private Equity To Focus On Form PF,” The Deal (June, 2012); and “SEC Risk Alert Discusses When Social Media Interactions May Constitute Prohibited Hedge Fund Client Testimonials,” The Hedge Fund Law Report (April, 2012).
Mr. Larkin received a J.D. in 2008 from New York University School of Law, where he was named a member of the Order of the Coif, a Pomeroy Scholar and an articles editor in the NYU Law Review. He received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering summa cum laude in Operations Research & Financial Engineering from Princeton University in 2002.
Mr. Larkin is a member of the Bar of the District of Columbia.