Andrew Christianson Named Fellow of American College of Investment Counsel

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Attorney Andrew Christianson has been named a Fellow of the American College of Investment Counsel (ACIC).

Established in 1981, ACIC brings together lawyers who represent institutional investors in connection with their investment operations to provide education with respect to legal issues and market practices. The College seeks to develop, where appropriate, guidelines and uniform documentation for transactions involving institutional investments and to build collegial relationships to allow for more efficient transactions and communications among its Fellows.

Fellows are nominated by their peers and approved by both the Membership Committee and the Board of Trustees based on the portion of the applicant’s practice devoted to representing institutional investors and participating in the College.

Christianson is a shareholder in the firm’s Employee Benefits, Institutional Investor Services, Corporate Law and Securities practices. He primarily serves clients in Institutional Investor Services, Securities, Corporate Governance, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Private Equity.


The American College of Investment Counsel was founded in November 1981 by a group of ten lawyers, from both private practice and financial institutions, specializing in the area of major institutional investment financing to provide a forum for the discussion of legal issues arising in this area and to provide educational programs on these issues for its members.


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