Matthew D. Geduldig

Matthew Geduldig is an associate in the Corporate Department and member of the Private Investment Funds Group. Working with private investment fund managers, Matthew advises on the various stages of private equity fund formations, including capital raising, marketing, preparing offering documents, drafting organizational documents and counseling clients on regulatory, compliance and operational issues both during an active fund raise and during the operational stage, including sponsor-ownership issues. Matthew works with a variety of fund sponsors, including large, diversified asset managers as well as emerging managers. His clients’ strategies include venture capital, growth equity and fund-of-funds. Some recent fund raises include:

  • CRV XVIII, a $600 million venture capital fund;
  • JMI Equity Fund X, a $1.7 billion growth equity fund;
  • Greenspring Opportunities V, a $480 million venture capital fund;
  • Greenspring Global Partners X, a $1.48 billion venture capital fund-of-fund;
  • Greenspring Early Stage II, a $350 million early stage fund;
  • Union Park Capital III, a $250 million industrial technology fund; and
  • Redwood Drawdown Fund III, a $1.8 billion debt fund.

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Before joining Proskauer, Matthew was a Fulbright grantee in Daegu, South Korea. He taught English and earned the U.S. State Department’s Critical Language Enhancement Award for Korean-language study. The experience gave him a wealth of perspective about paying attention to your surroundings, avoiding assumptions, and using the power of curiosity and thoughtful questions.

Matthew earned his J.D. and M.B.A. from Boston College Law School and the Boston College Carroll School of Management. While at Boston College, he focused on corporate law and corporate finance courses, and spent two semesters in the immigration clinic. Matthew continues to give back to his community through his pro bono work. His current pro bono work at Proskauer includes assisting a U.S. Army veteran seeking a discharge status upgrade as well as state and federal benefits.