TOI CARRION is an associate in the firm’s Investment Funds group in New York. Her practice includes matters related to the Investment Company Act of 1940 and she has worked on a variety of transactions for open-end investment companies. Toi has participated in the launch and ongoing representation of global, emerging market and U.S. focused funds with a variety of market capitalizations, as well as multi-asset funds, index funds, target date funds, money market funds, ETFs and credit funds. Additionally, Toi has participated in hedge and private equity fund formation and negotiation, both on behalf of fund sponsors and investors, and has advised clients on investment adviser matters and ongoing regulatory compliance.
While attending New York University School of Law, Toi was a Student Articles Development Editor for the Review of Law & Social Change and recipient of the Christian Jarecki ‘98 Memorial Prize. Toi also served on the Boards of both the Black Allied Law Students Association and the Women of Color Collective and represented clients as a student attorney in the Community Reentry and Reintegration Clinic.
Prior to joining Sidley, Toi worked as a Legal Assistant in the Global Alternative Investments practice of a large, international law firm.