- Banking & Finance
- Fund Finance
- Leveraged Finance
- Structured Finance
- Capital Markets
- Corporate & Securities
- Financial Institutions M&A
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Fax: 704 377 2033
|University ||University of North Carolina, B.A., 1994; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management, M.B.A., 2003|
|Law School||University of North Carolina School of Law, J.D., 1998|
|Admitted||1998, North Carolina; 2003, Massachusetts|
Mike Mascia is a partner in Mayer Brown's Banking & Finance practice. He has extensive experience representing a variety of lenders in many different types of secured lending transactions, with particular emphasis on the financing of investment funds and financial institutions. He has a globally recognized practice in the subscription credit facility space, having represented both balance sheet and commercial paper conduit lenders in facilities to real estate and private equity funds sponsored by many of the world’s preeminent fund sponsors.
He is the founder of the annual Subscription Credit Facility and Fund Finance Symposium, the only conference in the United States focused on the capital call asset class, held each year in New York. He is a frequent author and speaker on fund finance and investor issues and has represented the lead arrangers in many of the largest subscription credit facilities ever consummated. He has been lead counsel on numerous hybrid facilities, and is one of the few attorneys in the United States with experience in both subscription credit facilities and CLO’s. He has extensive experience representing lenders on leverage facilities to secondary funds and other credits looking primarily to fund assets for repayment. Many of Mike’s transactions are cross-border in nature, and he is well-versed in the nuances of multi-jurisdictional transactions. He is a member of Mayer Brown’s global securitization practice, and has represented underwriters, commercial banks, commercial paper conduits, issuers and other finance companies in the securitization of private equity capital commitments, trade receivables (including web-based supply chain finance programs), auto loans and leases, corporate and middle market loans, intellectual property receivables, equipment leases, and other esoteric assets, in both the warehouse and term markets.
Mike has been recognized as a leading lawyer in the United States in banking and finance by the International Financial Law Review’s IFLR1000 Legal Directory 2015. (Also at New York, Office)
Documents by this lawyer on Martindale.com
Subscription Credit Facilities and the Volcker Rule
Timothy R. Hicks,Michael C. Mascia,Wesley A. Misson, August 13, 2014
On December 10, 2013, the federal financial agencies approved joint final regulations (the “Final Regulation”) implementing section 619 of the Dodd-Frank Act, commonly referred to as the Volcker Rule. Section 619 added a new section 13 to the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, which...
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