Peter Barwick focuses his practice on structured finance matters, including the representation of major financial institutions in their roles as trustee, master servicer and issuer in mortgage-backed and asset-backed securitization transactions.
Peter received his J.D. in 2001 from Duke University School of Law, where he was a Williams Scholar. He received an M.A.R. in ethics, cum laude, in 1995 from Yale Divinity School, where he was a Carpenter Scholar. Peter received his B.A. in history, magna cum laude, from Amherst College in 1992.
- Represented the finance subsidiary of a major automobile manufacturer in the renewal of European medium term note program.
- Represented major financial institutions as master servicer and trustee in closing numerous public and private residential mortgage loan securitization transactions.
- Represented major financial institutions as trustee and paying agent in closing public and private commercial mortgage loan securitization transactions.
- Represented major financial institutions as trustee, securities administrator and securities intermediary in closing various public and private asset-backed securitization transactions, including net interest margin, home equity line of credit and resecuritization transactions.
- Represented major financial institutions in closing commercial mortgage loan defeasance transactions.
- Represented major financial institutions as trustee in restructuring securitization transactions to resolve merger-related conflicts related to ERISA and the Investment Company Act of 1940.
- Represented a major financial institution as trustee in closing trust bifurcation transactions.
- Represented a major financial institution as trustee in closing distressed debt fund transactions.
- Represented a national bank joint venture entity in the negotiation of servicing agreements with participant banks.
- Chairman, Federalist Society Charlotte Lawyers Chapter
- Board Member, Bridge of Hope