Jeffrey Bronheim is a partner at Cohen & Gresser and is the Managing Partner of Cohen & Gresser’s London office. He has over 25 years of experience representing fund managers, hedge funds and other alternative investment vehicles on all aspects of their business, including structuring and forming investment funds, private investments (including real estate), debt and equity capital markets, EU, UK, and US financial regulation, and issues relating to HR, tax, conflicts, investigations, and lending.
Prior to joining Cohen & Gresser, Jeff served as General Counsel of Cheyne Capital in London for a decade. Prior to that, he was counsel to the liquid markets business at Fortress Investment Group in New York, where he advised on the first NYSE hedge fund manager IPO. He was also in-house counsel to the investment banking division at JPMorgan Chase in London, Madrid, and New York for eight years, and at Credit Suisse for nearly three years. He began his career as an associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton.
Jeff is a graduate of the University of Chicago Law School and received his undergraduate degree in finance, magna cum laude, from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Jeff is the founding member of the FSA Committee on Market Abuse, and is a frequent contributor to HFM. He is also a member of the FMLC Asset Management Scoping Forum as well as a member of AIMA’s communication and legal committees.
Jeffrey Bronheim is a partner at Cohen & Gresser and is the Managing Partner of Cohen & Gresser’s London office. He has over 25…
University of Chicago Law School (J.D., 1990); University of Pennsylvania (B.S. in Finance, magna cum laude, 1984)
England & Wales; New York State
Activities and Affiliations
Member, FMLC Asset Management Scoping Forum
Member, AIMA Communication and Legal Committees
Founding Member, FSA Committee on Market Abuse
Member, UK and Global Boards, Help for Children
Senior Member, UK Hedge Fund Lawyer’s Association 2008-2017
Former Council Board Member, Adirondack Council
London Managing Partner Jeffrey M Bronheim chaired the 2018 Annual Help For Children London Benefit Dinner. Jeff sits on the United Kingdom and Global Boards of Directors for the organization, which works to prevent and treat child abuse around the world.
London Managing Partner Jeffrey M Bronheim is quoted in Legal Futures regarding the opening of C&G's London office.
Jeffrey M Bronheim is quoted in Funds Europe regarding the regulatory barriers to entry that European investment firms must overcome in order to operate in the U.S. "Among these are procedural controls relating to valuations, illiquid securities, undisclosed fees, conflicts of interest, and insider trading," he said.
The opening of Cohen & Gresser's London office was featured in the following articles:
- "NYC's Cohen & Gresser Launches in London," The American Lawyer
- "Cohen & Gresser Taps Fund Manager GC To Head New Office," Law360.com
- "Cohen & Gresser Launches in London, Hires Bronheim," The Drawdown
Cohen & Gresser announces its continued international expansion with the launch of its London office on June 1, 2018, led by partner Jeffrey M Bronheim. The office, which will be the firm’s fifth location globally and its second in Europe, will serve clients in all aspects of the investment industry, including hedge funds, private equity and venture capital funds, investors, and management companies. It will also focus on transactional work, cross-border litigation, and investigations.
Jeffrey M Bronheim, John W Gibson, and Rob Hammond discuss the implications of the Financial Conduct Authority’s decision to review hedge fund polling data use in their latest C&G Client Alert.
Jeffrey M Bronheim participated in a joint HFM/NASDAQ webinar and discussed this year’s top compliance trends for global hedge funds, including SEC exam trends, CFTC reporting requirement changes, and Treasury rules.
London office managing partner Jeffrey M Bronheim participated on a panel discussion entitled “New Approaches for Blending Active & Passive Investments: The Pension Perspective,” at Inside ETFs Europe on October 1, 2018. Topics of discussion included active and passive investing, particularly with respect to factor investing and the proliferation of ETFs.