Knowledge of the world marketplace and a background in finance distinguish our attorneys. In building this practice area, we have created a team that has built its reputation on closing the deal.
Structured Finance and Asset Securitization
Schuyler, Roche & Crisham has assisted companies and financial institutions in structuring, negotiating and documenting a wide variety of complicated transactions and has provided assistance in transactions supported by a broad range of financial assets, such as credit card receivables, automobile loans and leases, residential mortgages, home equity lines of credit, educational loans, equipment leases and trade receivables, including receivables for oil and gas and for telecommunications.
Our attorneys have provided counsel to issuers, program structurers, conduits and their sponsors, purchasers, liquidity providers and enhancement providers in managing transactions worth billions of dollars. For example, they have acted as principal structuring counsel for one of the world's largest banks and its associated commercial paper conduit in various transactions and have served as deal counsel to the commercial paper conduit sponsored by the domestic branch of a foreign bank in structuring various other transactions, including trade receivables.
Just as important, our attorneys have represented insurance companies and banks in lending transactions of all types—revolving lines, term loans, balloon loans—and all sizes, from transactions involving modest funds to billions of dollars. In addition, our lawyers understand and have worked with all underlying financial assets, such as credit cards, residential mortgages, automobile loans and leases and national lending programs for watercraft, recreational vehicles and manufactured housing. They also have acted as regional or local counsel in issuing opinions concerning the transactions, the programs or the underlying assets.
Laurie A. Martin Montplaisir
Frank D. Zaffere
David E. Zarski
Stephen J. Brown
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