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Henry G. Morriello (12/04/13)
Henry G. Morriello is Chair of the Finance Department and Chair of the Structured Finance Group. Mr. Morriello represents clients in U.S. and international term securitization and commercial paper conduits involving residential and commercial mortgage loans, home equity loans, equipment leases, student loans, aircraft loans and leases, auto paper, trade receivables, intellectual property royalties, and esoteric assets. Recently, he has represented global financial institutions in groundbreaking governmental financial assistance transactions, and troubled financial asset portfolio sales and liquidations. He has also been active in forming investment funds to purchase distressed assets, which, in certain cases, have utilized government debt/equity programs. Mr. Morriello has extensive experience in the restructuring of many failed SIVs, SIV Lites and mortgage conduits. He also represents clients worldwide in structuring and restructuring fixed income and credit derivatives of all types.
Dr. Martin Weger (12/03/13)
Dr. Martin Weger is a Co-Managing Partner of the firm’s Frankfurt office and heads the German tax practice. He primarily focuses on tax law, corporate finance and M&A.
Sandra Pfister (12/03/13)
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, 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 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.