Guy advises institutional investors – pension funds, endowments, private foundations, family offices and outsourced chief investment offices (OCIOs) – with respect to their portfolio investments. In particular, he negotiates the terms on which his institutional investor clients invest with external managers and private funds. Guy also represents investment managers with respect to operations, financing and portfolio transactions.
Guy has more than 30 years of experience advising clients in the U.S. and overseas on corporate, project and asset financing matters, representing private and public sector entities in connection with debt and equity financings, private placements, restructurings, stock and asset sales and acquisitions, joint ventures, outsourcing agreements, and the privatization, construction and financing of key infrastructure projects. Prior to founding Hills Stern & Morley in 2005, with Laura Hills, former SEC Chairman Rod Hills, and Sam Stern, to provide boutique legal services to governments, multilateral financial institutions and investors, Guy was a partner in the DC-based project finance group of Winston & Strawn (1996-2005), a partner in the DC-based project finance group of Verner Liipfert (now DLA Piper) (1990-1996), and an associate in the NY-based corporate group of Reid & Priest (now Thelen) (1987-1990).
Guy grew up in New York’s Hudson Valley and began his legal career in Manhattan before moving to Washington DC. Guy and his wife raised three children in Northern Virginia, and now reside in Sarasota, Florida.
University of Virginia School of Law, J.D.
State University of New York, College at Cortland, B.A., summa cum laude
- District of Columbia
- New York
- Not admitted in Virginia