Alexander Davie

Alexander Davie - Riggs Davie PLC



Alexander Davie
Riggs Davie PLC
201 Fourth Ave, Suite 1870
Nashville, TN 37219

615-690-4419

   

Alexander Davie
Riggs Davie PLC

Attorney Profile

615-690-4419


Alexander J. Davie practices corporate and securities law in Nashville, Tennessee. Business throughout the country retain Alex as their General Counsel for their everyday legal needs. His first goal is to provide clients with excellent service and straight-forward, decisive legal recommendations for the difficult choices businesses face. Alex frequently works with technology companies, Exempt Reporting Advisors, startups, emerging companies, and private investment funds, which include private equity, venture capital, and hedge funds.

Private Equity Funds

Prior to founding the firm, Alex served as general counsel to a fund manager. Alex uses his expertise to draft formation documents for private funds, including hedge funds, private equity funds, and real estate investment partnerships. He advises investment advisers on regulations including initial and ongoing SEC and state compliance.

Startups

Starting a Hedge Fund is a complicated a process and requires the work of experienced attorneys. We work with our clients and their companies to create the best solutions in each stage of growth. We draft the initial incorporation documents and to venture capital and financing transactions.

Mergers and Acquisitions

Attorney Alex Davie counsels clients on the purchase and sale of small to middle-sized businesses in a multiple industries, including technology, financial services, Limited Partnership Advisory Committee, healthcare, transportation, professional services, product distribution, advertising and marketing, automotive services, and consumer products. We work to make the merger and acquisition (M&A) process understandable and straightforward, while protecting our clients’ legal interests and avoiding post-closing liability.

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This compliance bundle provides 33 hours of CLE credit including the required 5 hours of ethics, professionalism, substance abuse, and mental illness awareness credit, along with the required 3 Technology credits.

Alexander Davie's Law Posts

On February 9, 2022, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a new proposed rule that would overhaul the cybersecurity regulations for registered investment advisers, registered investment companies, and funds. This post focuses on the provisions that impact private fund advisers. These proposed rules must still go through public review and comment. The comment period will be open for 30 days after the publication of the rules in the Federal Register or April 11, 2022 (60 days after issuance), whichever is later. It will likely take at least 3 months for the SEC to produce any final rules after the conclusion of the comment period. The new regulations have four principal components, which are summarized in the my article.

This post summarizes the SEC's new proposed rule that would overhaul the cybersecurity regulations for private fund advisers.
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Happy Halloween everyone! Don't get Tricked by the complexities of Convertible Note Offerings. Treat yourself by reading our latest article from our blog to stay abreast.

Because a startup investor’s strategy is fundamentally high-risk high-reward, convertible notes look much different than, for example, a traditional bank loan to a small business. The goal of a sma…
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Check out the newest article of my blog: What is a Private Placement Memorandum? "A Private Placement Memorandum, or “PPM,” is a disclosure document often used in connection with a private offering of securities. It contains a compilation of information about the company issuing the securities, the terms of the securities, and the risks of investing in those securities. This article explains the legal background underlying why a PPM is commonly used and overviews what is typically included in a PPM."

A Private Placement Memorandum, or PPM, is often used in connection with a private offering of securities. This article explains the legal background underlying why a PPM is commonly used and overv…
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Recent article regarding startups and a great way to fund them.

For the past 10 years or so, founders of early-stage startups have been increasingly turning to convertible notes and convertible equity instruments to structure investment rounds, particularly for…
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