Tod K. Reichert is Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Vice President and Corporate Secretary of MCG Capital Corporation (NASDAQ: MCGC). Tod is responsible for advising MCG regarding compliance with applicable laws and regulations, including the 1940 Act and other securities laws, and overseeing the development, monitoring, training and testing of corporate policies.
Prior to joining MCG, Tod served as counsel in the Corporate Practice Group at WilmerHale where he practiced general corporate and securities law, with an emphasis on public offerings, venture capital transactions and mergers and acquisitions for clients in a various industries and sectors, including biotechnology, pharmaceutical, software, emerging technologies and financial services.
Tod has advised both public and private companies in connection with a broad range of matters, including IPOs, follow-on public offerings, 144A offerings, cash and stock mergers and going-private transactions. He has also counseled numerous start-up companies and venture capital firms in venture capital financings and has represented underwriters in connection with public offerings of securities. A significant portion of his practice involved general corporate work for ongoing clients on matters such as SEC compliance, securities and disclosure issues and corporate governance matters.
Prior to joining WilmerHale, Tod was associated with Buchanan Ingersoll in Princeton, New Jersey. Tod received his J.D. from the Rutgers University School of Law – Newark and his BFA from the University of North Carolina. Before attending law school, he spent fourteen years in New York City as a professional actor, appearing in over thirty-five commercials, soap operas and feature films
Mr. Reichert can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. He has contributed the following articles to Corporate Compliance Insights:
Tod Reichert, Bonnie Green, and David Wilson discuss the roles of the General Counsel and the Chief Compliance Officer, and responsibilities can and should be divvied up when the titles are held by two individual people.