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Scott D. Talmadge (03/07/14)
Scott D. Talmadge is a Partner in the Bankruptcy & Restructuring Department. He has practiced in the areas of bankruptcy, finance and commercial litigation for more than 20 years.
Marc D. Rosenberg (03/07/14)
Marc Rosenberg is a Partner in the New York office of Kaye Scholer. He is active in all aspects of the firm’s Bankruptcy & Restructuring Department, including extensive experience in the following areas:
H. Stephen Castro (03/07/14)
H. Stephen Castro is a Partner in the Bankruptcy & Restructuring Department of Kaye Scholer. Stephen focuses his practice primarily on the representation of secured and unsecured creditors in out-of-court loan workouts, restructurings and recovery of syndicated loan facilities. He has extensive experience advising multinational financial institutions on the wide range of issues confronting creditors, including strategies for the conversion of debt to equity, restructuring debt acquired at a discount, cross-border insolvency matters and asset dispositions in the insolvency context.
Hartmut T. Renz zur neuen MaRisk Compliance (03/05/14)
Stuart Axford (03/04/14)
Stuart is a Partner in the Finance Department in Kaye Scholer’s London office. His practice focuses on large and highly complex transactions in the area of securitization and structured credits. He also has experience in refinancing and restructuring schemes.
Eric P. Marcus (03/03/14)
Eric Marcus is a Partner in the Finance Department of Kaye Scholer’s New York office and a member of the Structured Finance Practice. Eric represents US and international banks, finance companies and other financial institutions in both structured finance transactions and a wide variety of commercial lending transactions, including trade finance and vendor finance programs. In the structured finance area, Eric has set up multi-seller and single-seller asset-backed commercial paper programs, and has experience with many different types of receivables purchase transactions, including trade receivables, auto and equipment loans and leases, dealer floorplan contracts, credit card receivables, franchise loans, commercial loans, and healthcare receivables. He also regularly represents liquidity and credit enhancement providers in securitization transactions. In the commercial finance area, Eric handles asset-based loans, acquisition and leveraged buyout loans, letter of credit facilities, and participation arrangements, and is active in structuring, documenting and negotiating new financing arrangements, as well as negotiating the out-of-court restructuring of problem loans. On the borrowing side, Eric represents companies in the negotiation of their financing arrangements with banks and other lenders.