Andrew Epstein’s practice focuses primarily on public and private capital markets transactions, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and other corporate finance and general corporate transactions.
Andrew represents issuers, underwriters, initial purchasers/placement agents and purchasers in public and private capital markets transactions and buyers, sellers and financial advisors in M&A transactions. He has experience across a broad range of industries, including specialty finance, asset management, real estate and real estate investment trusts (REITs), hospitality and healthcare.
Andrew has also advised clients in IPOs, follow-on equity and debt offerings, pre-IPO/144A offerings, Regulation S offerings and other private placements. He has also advised institutional clients in the structuring of real estate opportunity funds and the continuing investment activities of these funds.
SEC Proposes Amendments to Improve Accuracy of Proxy Voting Advice and to Modernize Shareholder Proposal Rules
27 November 2019
SEC Adopts Amendments to Further Modernize and Simplify Disclosure Requirements
10 April 2019
NYSE Restricts Material News Releases Shortly After Official Close
29 December 2017
New SEC Staff Guidance Extends FAST Act Financial Disclosure Relief and the JOBS Act Confidential Review Process to all Issuers, Including REITs
13 September 2017
SEC expands non-public review option for new registrants to foster more US listings
5 July 2017
Career and qualifications
- Washington University (AB, Economics) 1989
- Admitted as an Attorney-at-Law in New Jersey 1992
- Admitted as an Attorney-at-Law in New York 1993
- Joined Clifford Chance 1998
- Partner since 2006
Awards and citations
- Andrew Epstein has been ranked in Chambers USA - REITs (Nationwide). Andrew Epstein is recognized by his clients as "a very thoughtful lawyer" who is "always practical in his approach." He works with clients ranging from issuers and underwriters to placement agents and selling stockholders.
Chambers USA 2017 – REITs