Structured Finance Committee

The Structured Finance Committee focuses on a broad range of issues of interest and concern to the structured finance industry, including current and pending statutes and regulations, litigation and judicial decisions affecting deal structures and documentation, emerging issues in opinion practice, new transaction types and structures, and developments in derivatives and structured products.  Members share knowledge, market information and practice insights, engage in lively discussion and debate, and collaborate to publish commentaries, forms and articles relating to the structured finance field. Publications by the committee include “Structuring Commercial Mortgage Securitization Special Purpose Entities After General Growth Properties” (Bloomberg Law Reports), “Reviving Securitization—A Response to Critics” (Law 360) and “Special Report on the Preparation of Substantive Consolidation Opinions” (Business Lawyer).

Of Interest

Members of the Structured Finance Committee have started a blog to cover breaking news and issues in structured finance and related areas. [The blog reflects their analysis and opinions as individual experts in their field and not necessarily the views of the Association.]

Securitization in China – Overview & Issues (January 2015) (PDF)

SEC Adopts Rule 15Ga-2 and Rule 17g-10 Regarding Disclosure of Third-Party Due Diligence Services Relating to Asset-Backed Securities (September 2014) (PDF)

Do Capital Markets Need Financial Guaranty Insurers? (October 2014) (PDF)

Structured Finance Industry Group 2014 Fall Symposium (PDF)

New Regulation AB II and NRSRO Rules Released September 2014