Issuers and Other Market Participants
The structured finance and securitization practice is, by its nature, highly interdisciplinary and requires the ability to assemble teams with a variety of legal skills. Our lawyers and litigators possess the necessary expertise in the areas of corporate law, commercial law, securities law, UCC, tax, ERISA, bankruptcy and insolvency and derivatives, and we have years of experience in working together on structured finance and securitization transactions. We have participated in thousands of transactions and have extensive experience in structuring and closing both public and private transactions with unusually complex structures in a wide variety of asset classes, including but not limited to auto loans, boat loans, credit card receivables, corporate loans, commercial and residential mortgages, dealer floor plan loans, home equity loans, insurance premium finance loans, manufactured housing loans, military housing loans, servicing rights, tax credit loans, time-share loans and trade receivables. Alston & Bird structured finance lawyers help our clients to comply with the emerging regulations issued pursuant to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the “Dodd-Frank Act”) and other tax and accounting regulatory changes.