Glenn practices in the Corporate Department of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, focusing on private investment funds and other facets of “alternative asset management.” He has represented private fund sponsors on a global basis, such as Alinda, A&M Capital, Angra, Arlon, Aquiline, Babcock & Brown, BTG Pactual, Bridgepoint, Brown Brothers, Carlyle, CVC, Cypress, KKR, Riverstone, SteelRiver and Tiger in many different asset categories, including traditional private equity, real estate, infrastructure, mezzanine and senior debt, RMBS, CMBS , CDOs, food and agriculture, healthcare, education, manager stakes, seed capital, co-investment and secondaries. Glenn’s also has extensive experience with fund-of-funds, feeder funds, separately managed accounts, employee securities companies and listed fund products. He has represented various hedge fund sponsors, such as Citigroup Alternative Investments, CVC Credit Partners, Credit Suisse Asset Management, Tiger Management, BTG Pactual, Napier Park, Goshen, Breeden Capital, Pendragon, Endeavour, Skybridge and Blackstone Alternative Asset Management. Glenn has represented sponsors in structuring “house-team” arrangements and has also worked on “spin-outs” of private equity and hedge fund businesses and the creation and expansion of numerous boutique firms as well as alternatives platforms within larger institutions.
Glenn received his B, summa cum laude, from the University of Connecticut in 1989, where he was a University Scholar and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He received his J., with honors, from the Duke University School of Law in 1992, where he was the winner of the Hardt Cup moot court competition and the Best Judge award in the Dean’s Cup competition. Prior to joining Simpson Thacher in 1993, Glenn clerked for a Senior Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey.