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Kaye Scholer Continues Support of Cape Town Convention Academic Project Through 2015 (04/16/14)

Dr. Martin Weger (04/10/14)

Dr. Martin Weger is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Frankfurt office and heads the German tax practice. He primarily focuses on tax law, corporate finance and M&A. 

Ingrid Kalisch (04/10/14)

Ingrid Kalisch is a Partner and German-qualified corporate finance lawyer in Kaye Scholer’s Frankfurt office. Ms. Kalisch has extensive experience advising both banks and borrowers on a wide range of German and international corporate and structured finance transactions, including acquisition finance, project finance, real estate finance, Schuldschein loans, ECA covered loans, general transactional banking, syndicated and bilateral loan agreements, as well as the restructuring of such transactions. In addition, she has experience in asset-related transactions, and tax efficient and off balance sheet financing. She also advises sellers and purchasers of distressed debt. A particular focus of her practice is on energy and infrastructure, including the financing of wind energy projects, German federal motorway PPP projects, public buildings and healthcare projects.

Sandra Pfister (04/09/14)

Sandra Pfister is a Partner and a German-qualified corporate finance lawyer in Kaye Scholer’s Finance group. Sandra has extensive experience advising both banks and borrowers on a wide variety of corporate and structured finance transactions, including acquisition finance (both public bids and leveraged acquisitions), syndicated and bilateral lending, project finance, trade finance (including ECA covered deals), real estate finance, debt restructurings and Schuldschein loans (loan notes), as well as other general banking matters, both cross-border and in Germany. Additionally, her experience includes equity capital/PE financings as well as international debt and equity capital markets transactions such as corporate bond offerings (including high yields, LYONs, convertible and exchangeable bonds), IPOs, dual listings (including on NASDAQ), rights offerings and mandatory bids. July 2013 and recently named one of the year’s “Top Verdicts” by The Daily Journal. Malecek’s work on behalf of client Sequenom Inc., the first company to develop noninvasive prenatal diagnosis methods, was also cited by the publication.

Kaye Scholer Represents juwi Wind in Its Construction and Term Loan Financing for a Minnesota Wind Farm (04/07/14)

Anna Smith (04/07/14)

Anna Smith is an Associate in the Finance Department of Kaye Scholer’s New York office. Her practice focuses on commercial lending transactions and asset securitization. She advises financial institutions and corporate lenders in the areas of acquisition financing and structured finance.  

M. Zafar Asghar (04/02/14)

M. Zafar Asghar practices law in the area of aircraft and equipment finance and leasing transactions for U.S. and international companies, banks, leasing companies, hedge funds and private equity funds. His principal area of concentration is on commercial and private jet aircraft transactions.

Structured Finance Lawyer Lawton Camp Joins Kaye Scholer as Partner in New York (04/02/14)

Lawton M. Camp (04/02/14)

Lawton Camp is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Finance Department. He has a broad range of structured finance and securitization experience, including representing underwriters and other arrangers, originators and issuers, credit enhancers, and investors in a wide variety of securitizations, structured products and covered bonds. These include securitizations of credit card, trade, lease and consumer finance receivables; auto loans; export credit agency (ECA) loans; commercial and residential mortgages; and emerging market “future flows.” Lawton has also advised on the structuring of collateralized loan obligations, EETCs, catastrophe bonds, cash and synthetic collateralized debt obligations, and various derivative instruments and structured products.

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