Structured Finance and Securitisation
We represent arrangers, sponsors and asset managers, issuers, underwriters, lenders, insurance companies, trustees, corporate service providers and large international investment banks on the full range of structured finance and securitisation transactions involving Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey and Jersey.
Our structured finance and securitisation team draws together specialists with onshore and offshore experience who are highly skilled, having worked with leading London, New York and international law firms on some of the most innovative and complex structures in the market.
We have the necessary expertise to deliver swift, responsive and innovative advice, working to each client’s timetable and keeping a constant eye on the end goal. We have excellent working relationships with the regulatory authorities in our jurisdictions, enabling our clients to achieve their commercial objectives quickly and effectively.
We advise on all types of structured finance and securitisation transactions including asset-backed commercial paper conduits, CMBS, RMBS, CLOs, CDOs, covered bonds, debt financing, high yield bond offerings, master trusts, mezzanine financing, secured loans, sovereign bonds, synthetic securitisations and whole business securitisations. Our securitisation lawyers work with clients to securitise assets across a range of classes including mortgages, consumer loans, auto loans, auto leases, marketplace loans, trade and credit card receivables.
News, briefings and articles
25 May 2023 | Briefing
A guide to lending and secured finance in Jersey 2023 (ICLG)
10 May 2023 | News
Carey Olsen and JTC Group assist Valour with new physically digital asset-backed offering
27 February 2023 | News
Carey Olsen adds senior lawyer to banking and finance team in Jersey
16 February 2023 | News
Carey Olsen advises Deutsche Pfandbriefbank AG on financing of UK logistics portfolio
07 February 2023 | News
Carey Olsen advises on Vue recapitalisation
06 December 2022 | News