Schulte Roth & Zabel (SRZ) announces the addition of Brian C. Miner as a partner in the M&A and Securities Group. He joins the firm from Holland & Knight.
Mr. Miner concentrates his practice in private equity transactions and mergers and acquisitions involving public and private companies. He has substantial experience across a broad range of sectors, including financial services and asset management, life sciences and healthcare, energy and manufacturing. Mr. Miner frequently advises clients on acquisitions and dispositions of interests in alternative asset management firms, including structuring, negotiating and executing minority investments in private equity fund managers.
“We are excited to welcome Brian to the firm. His sophisticated private equity M&A practice and experience across a range of industries will be a tremendous asset to our group and our clients,” said Ele Klein, chair of the M&A and Securities Group, co-chair of the global Shareholder Activism Group and a member of the firm’s Executive Committee.
“Brian has a great depth of practice advising on complex transactions, and his broad expertise and deep knowledge will further enhance our client offerings,” said David Efron, SRZ co-managing partner and co-head of the Investment Management Group.
“As SRZ continues to grow, we are proud to have Brian join our firm as we further strengthen our capabilities in a core practice area,” commented Marc Elovitz, SRZ co-managing partner and chair of the Investment Management Regulatory & Compliance Group.
“I am delighted to join SRZ and its talented team of lawyers to further grow the firm’s market-leading corporate practice while providing the best-in-class client service SRZ is known for,” said Mr. Miner.
SRZ’s M&A and securities lawyers regularly advise on complex deals for many of the world’s most active and influential private equity firms. The firm’s M&A transactions have been consistently recognized as “Deals of the Year” by industry rankings and the group is recognized by both Chambers and The Legal 500.
Mr. Miner received his J.D. from Georgia State University College of Law and his B.S. from Wake Forest University.