Kevin B. Wickliffe is Of-Counsel at. Kevin focuses primarily on the transactional aspect of federal government contracts and regulatory compliance matters. Kevin draws on his extensive background in the financial services industry.
Prior to joining, Kevin served as general counsel and chief compliance officer of a federally registered institutional, manager-of-managers, investment adviser. He was responsible for the implementation, integrity and on-going testing of the firm’s compliance program and all legal matters for the firm. He also developed and maintained the firm’s operational due diligence process on investment managers hired by the firm. In this role he had extensive contact with personnel of the investment managers, many of which were small entrepreneurial firms. In this capacity, he learned to work as a partner to the firm’s clients and the investment advisors hired to serve these clients. In addition, he was responsible for drafting and reviewing the agreements for both the clients and subadvisors.
His combined regulatory compliance, business, and legal experience give him a unique perspective in providing legal assistance on transactional matters and in interpreting the government’s complex rules, regulations. He enjoys the intellectual challenges of providing legal assistance on federal government contract matters and the satisfaction of contributing to the client’s business success.
Kevin makes his home in Lawrence, Kansas and outside of the office he enjoys volunteering for charitable organizations. He is also an active musician.
Kevin can be reached at email@example.com.
J.D., University of Kansas
B.A., University of Kansas
Professional Associations & Memberships
Kansas Bar Association
FINRA Series 65
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