Andrew Rosell Named One of the Most Influential People in Fort Worth, Texas


Winstead PC Shareholder Andrew Rosell has again been recognized by Fort Worth Inc. as one of the most influential people in Fort Worth, Texas. This is the third year Rosell has been included on the list.

“The 400” list is a compilation of the top 400 most influential people in Tarrant County who wield significant influence in industry, philanthropy, nonprofits, government and public policy, economic development, professional services, education, civic affairs, arts, religion, sports, and media, or within their own spheres.

Rosell is chair of Winstead’s Investment Management & Private Funds Industry Group and a member of the Corporate, Securities/Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group. He has a diverse corporate and securities practice representing private investment fund managers, wealth managers, mutual fund managers, family offices and public and private companies engaged in strategic transactions. Rosell primarily focuses on representing registered investment advisers in all aspects of their business, including: formation and structuring, regulatory compliance, strategic transactions (e.g. seed deals and growth acceleration transactions), strategic mergers and acquisitions, investment portfolio transactions, due diligence, fund formation and liquidation and business cessation.

About Winstead

Winstead PC is a national business law firm with nearly 300 attorneys who serve as trusted advisors to emerging, mid-market and large companies, both public and private. The Winstead team provides a range of core legal services that are critical to its clients achieving their business goals. Winstead’s business transactions and litigation practices serve key industries including airlines, emerging & middle market companies, financial services, healthcare/life sciences, higher education, investment management/private funds, real estate development and sports business & media.

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