Gregory Hartmann Joins Sadis & Goldberg's Corporate and Financial Services Practices

Sadis & Goldberg LLP is proud to announce the addition of Gregory Hartmann as member of the firm's Corporate and Financial Services Groups. Mr. Hartmann has extensive experience representing assets managers, investment banks, insurance companies, and other clients, on a wide variety of transactional and regulatory matters. "Based upon his extensive industry experience, Greg has a comprehensive understanding of the challenges that businesses face and a talent for helping them understand their legal risks and manage them, particularly in the financial services industry," said Ron Geffner, a member of the firm's Executive Committee. "His in-house experience gives him a unique capability to anticipate what our clients need and advise them most effectively."

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Hartmann was Corporate Counsel and Vice President in the Retirement Law Group of the Prudential Insurance Company of America, where he supported the pension risk transfer business, including U.S. pension buy-outs and international longevity reinsurance. Before that, Mr. Hartmann was Deputy General Counsel at PineBridge Investments and Associate General Counsel at AIG Investments, where he was the head of the legal department's Asset Management Group in New York.

At AIG, Mr. Hartmann advised on registered and private funds, managed accounts, regulatory and compliance issues, and sales and marketing matters.

Before joining AIG, Mr. Hartmann was the general counsel of a private equity and hedge fund manager, where he built the legal and compliance department. Prior thereto, he was general counsel to an investment bank, and also to a venture capital firm. Earlier in his career, Mr. Hartmann was in private practice at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, and also at Shea & Gould, in New York.

Mr. Hartmann earned his J.D. from Columbia University's School of Law, his M.A. from Northwestern University, and his B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Notre Dame. Mr. Hartmann is a member of the American College of Investment Counsel, and is admitted to practice in New York.

Cheryl Spratt