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Kutak Rock has long specialized in structuring and executing complex asset securitizations and other structured finance transactions which have enabled our clients to better leverage and deploy their assets. In these transactions, the Structured Finance and Securitization Group often utilizes a number of risk-transferring techniques, including the use of credit enhancements, participation agreements, and swaps and other derivative products. The offerings have consisted of domestic and international public offerings and private placements and include both secured debt and equity transactions. Our attorneys also have assisted a number of clients with restructuring and terminating existing transactions, effecting transfers of servicing of assets and selling mortgage loans to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac for securitization. Our clients include issuers, placement agents, underwriters, credit enhancers, asset administrators, investors and other participants in the industry. Leading corporate and financial institutions have chosen Kutak Rock to participate in a vast array of products and transactions designed to monetize assets, such as:

  • Accounts receivables
  • Automobile loans
  • Cell tower receivables
  • Commercial loans
  • Consumer receivables
  • Credit card receivables
  • Dealer floor plan receivables
  • Equipment leases
  • Home equity loans and lines of credit
  • Insurance premium finance loans
  • Life insurance and annuities
  • Residential mortgages
  • Structured settlements and life settlements
  • Student loans

Kutak Rock's multidisciplinary approach to structured finance and other securitization transactions employs other areas of our firm’s extensive expertise, including the following areas of law:

  • Banking
  • Corporate, limited liability company, partnership and statutory trust
  • Derivative
  • Real estate
  • Securities law (including investment companies)
  • True sale and non-consolidation
  • UCC and perfection