Cal Gilmartin is a partner in the firm's Asset Management and Investment Funds practice group. Cal focuses his practice on representing registered investment management companies (including mutual funds and exchange-traded funds), as well as advising investment advisers and unregistered private funds. Cal frequently consults such entities on the application of the Investment Company Act of 1940 and the Investment Advisers Act of 1940. He also represents registered investment companies before the Securities and Exchange Commission on matters relating to disclosure, registration statements, proxy statements, and other filings.
Cal has experience advising mutual fund complexes and investment advisers on the adoption of environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies and the launching of ESG, and social impact investment products.
Cal advises investment companies and their boards of directors on all matters of regulation, registration, and compliance; including new product launches, disclosure matters, proxy issues, mergers, and reorganizations. He has further experience working with all types of exchange-traded funds, money market funds, funds of funds, and funds targeted to investors with certain expected retirement dates.
Prior to joining the firm, Cal was a summer associate at the firm’s Boston office in 2014. Cal was a clinic fellow for the Georgetown Institute for Public Representation in the Communications Division in 2015. In addition, he was a judicial intern for the Honorable Patrick F. Brady of the Massachusetts Superior Court in 2013.
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- "Considerations When Drafting an ESG 80% Policy," IAA Today (Investment Adviser Association), 14 February 2022