Attorneys in Polsinelli’s Capital Markets practice have national experience in structuring, securitizing and servicing commercial loans and other assets, including in connection with commercial mortgage backed securitizations, collateralized debt obligations, and other asset backed securitization transactions.

Since 1998, we have represented issuers, loan originators, loan sellers, conduits, master and special servicers, and investors in structured finance and secondary market transactions.  Our work on a significant number of large, complex securitization and structured finance transactions, including close to 450 CMBS transactions, and our strong presence in the capital markets allows us to help our clients take advantage of opportunities and overcome challenges in all market conditions.   

As recognized leaders in the representation of commercial loan originators and servicers, we know and understand the conduit loan and securitization market from beginning to end. We work with attorneys in Polsinelli’s conduit loan origination practice, which has documented over 3,400 conduit loans around the country, and loan enforcement practice to both structure loans for the conduit securitization market and work out, enforce, and defend borrower defaults and loan seller defaults pursuant to market standards. 

We also have experience with various types of derivatives and structured products involving interest rates, securities and credit, including the following derivative products:
  • Swaps
  • Caps
  • Floors
  • Collars
  • Credit-Linked Notes
  • Options
1. ASC 1997-D5
2. BACM 2000-2
3. BACM 2003-1
4. BACM 2003-2
5. BACM 2004-1
6. BACM 2004-2
7. BACM 2004-3
8. BACM 2004-4
9. BACM 2004-6
10. BACM 2005-2
11. BACM 2005-3
12. BACM 2005-4
13. BACM 2005-5
14. BACM 2005-6
15. BACM 2006-1
16. BACM 2006-2
17. BACM 2006-3
18. BACM 2006-5
19. BACM 2006-6
20. BACM 2007-1
21. BACM 2007-2
22. BACM 2007-3
23. BACM 2007-4
24. BACM 2007-5
25. BACM 2008-1
26. BALL 2004-BBA4
27. BALL 2005-MIB1
28. BALL 2007 BMB1
29. BAMLL 2012-CLRN
30. BAMLL 2012-CLRN MZ
31. BS 1998-C1
32. BS 2000-WF1
33. BOA 2001-1
34. BOA 2001-PB1
35. BOA 2002-PB2
36. BOA 2002-2
37. BOA 2003-1
38. CGCMT 2007-FL3
39. COMM 2012-CRE4
40. COMM 2012- CCRE5
41. COMM 2013-CCRE7
42. COMM 2011-J1
43. COMM 2007-C9
44. COMM 2012-LTRT
45. COMM 2013-LC6
46. COMM 2013-GAM
47. COMM 2013-CCRE9
48. COMM 2013-CCRE10
49. CRIIMI 1998-1
50. CSFB 1998-C1
51. CS 2001-CK1
52. CS 2001-CK3
53. CS 2001-CK6
54. CS 2001-CKN5
55. CS 2002-CKN2
56. CS 2002-CKP1
57. CS 2002-CKS4
58. CSFB 2001-FL2
59. CSFB 2004-HC1
60. CS 2003-CK2
61. CS 2003-C3
62. CS 2003-C4
63. CS 2003-C5
64. CS 2004-C1
65. CS 2004-C2
66. CS 2004-C3
67. CS 2004-C4
68. CS 2004-C5
69. CS 2005-C2
70. CS 2005-C4
71. CS 2005-C6
72. CS 2006-C1
73. CS 2006-C4
74. CS 2006-C5
75. CS 2006-OMA
76. CS 2006-TFL1
77. CS 2006-TFL2
78. CS 2007-C2
79. CS 2007-C3
80. CS 2007-C4
81. CS 2007-C5
82. CS 2008-C1
83. CS 2007-TFL1
84. CS 2007-TFL2
85. DLJ 1997-CF2
86. DLJ 1998-CF1
87. DLJ 1998-CF2
88. DLJ 2000-CKP1
89. DMARC 1998-C1
90. FDIC 2012-C1
91. FNMA 1995-M2
92. FREMF 2010-K5
93. FREMF 2010-K6
94. FREMF 2010-K7
95. FREMF 2010-K8
96. FREMF 2010-K9
97. FREMF 2011-KAIV
98. FREMF 2011-K10
99. FREMF 2011-K11
100. FREMF 2011-K12
101. FREMF 2011-K13
102. FREMF 2011-K14
103. FREMF 2011-K16
104. FREMF 2011-K701
105. FREMF 2011-K702
106. FREMF 2011-K703
107. FREMF 2012-K705
108. FREMF 2012-K706
109. FREMF 2012-K708
110. FREMF 2012-K709
111. FREMF 2012-K710
112. FREMF 2012-K711
113. FREMF 2012-K17
114. FREMF 2012-K18
115. FREMF 2012-K19
116. FREMF 2012-K20
117. FREMF 2012-K21
118. FREMF 2012-K22
119. FREMF 2012-K23
120. FREMF 2012-K24
121. FREMF 2012-K501
122. FREMF 2012-KF01
123. FREMF 2012-KP01
  124. FREMF 2013-K24
125. FREMF 2013-K25
126. FREMF 2013-K26
127. FREMF 2013-K27
128. FREMF 2013-K28
129. FREMF 2013-K29
130. FREMF 2013-K30
131. FREMF 2013-K502
132. FREMF 2013-K712
133. FREMF 2013-KS01
134. FUNB 2001-C3
135. FULBA 1998-C2
136. GCCFC 2004-GG1
137. GECC 2003-1
138. GECC 2003-2
139. GECCMC 2002-3
140. GECMC 2007-C1
141. GMAC 2002-C3
142. GMAC 2003-C1
143. GMAC 2003-C2
144. GS 2001-LIB
145. GS 2007-GG11
146. GS 2008-GSFL9
147. GS 2012-GC6
148. GS 2012-GCJ7
149. GS 2012-GCJ9
150. GS 2013-NYC5
151. GS 2013-PEMB
152. GS 2013-G1
153. GSMSC 2003-C1
154. GSMSC 2004-GG2
155. JPM 2002-C3
156. JPM 2002-CIBC5
157. JPM 1996-C2
158. JPM 1996-C3
159. JPM 1997-C4
160. JPM 2000-C9
161. JPM 2000-FL1
162. JPMCC 2005-LDP4
163. JPM 2007-CIBC18
164. JPM 2007-CIBC20
165. JPMBB 2013-C12
166. JPMCC 2009-IWST
167. JPMCC 2010-CNTR
168. JPM 2011-C3
169. JPM 2011-C4
170. JPM 2011-C5
171. JPM 2012-C8
172. JPM 2012-FL2
173. JPM 2012-HSBC
174. JPM 2012-WLDN
175. JPM 2013-ESH MZ
176. JPM 2013-HDC (DEL)
177. JPM 2013-HDC MZ (DEL)
178. JPM 2013-FL3
179. JPM 2013-JWRZ MZ
180. KEY 2000-C1
181. KEY 2007-SL1
182. LBCMT 1998-C1
183. LBCMT 2007-C1
184. LBCMT 2007-C3
185. LBUBS 2000-C4
186. LBUBS 2006-C7
187. LBUBS 2007-C1
188. LBUBS 2007-C2
189. LBUBS 2007-C6
190. LBUBS 2007-C7
191. LB 2007-LLF C5
192. MCFI 1997-MCI
193. MCFI 1998-MC2
194. MLCFC 2006-2
195. MLCFC 2007-5
196. MLCFC 2007-6
197. MLCFC 2007-8
198. MLCFC 2007-9
199. MLMI 1999-C1
200. MLMT 2003-KEY1
201. MLMT 2004 MKB1
202. MLMT 2004-KEY2
203. MLMT 2005 CKI1
204. MLMT 2005 MKB2
205. MLFT 2006-1
206. MLMT 2007-C1
207. MLMT 2008-C1
208. MS 1995-BKU1
209. MSC 1999-CAMI
210. MSCI 1998 WF2
211. MSCI 1999 WFI
212. MSCI 2008-TOP29
213. MSBAM 2012-CKSV
214. 2012-MTL6
215. MSDWCI 2002-IQ2
216. MSMC 2003-IQ6
217. MSMC 2004-IQ7
218. MSMC 2004-IQ8
219. MSMC 2005-IQ9
220. NL 1999-1
221. NL 1999-2
222. NL 1999-SL
223. PMAC 1999-C1
224. PSSFC 1998-C1
225. PSSFC 1999-C2
226. PSSFC 1999-NRF1
227. PSSFC 2000-C1
228. RCMC 2012-CREL1
229. SBMS 2000-C2
230. SBMS 2000-NL1
231. SBMS 2002-KEY2
232. STWD 2013-FV1
233. UBS CCMT 2011-C1
234. UBS 2012-C1
235. UBS 2012-C2
236. UBS 2012-C3
237. UBS BB 2013-C5
238. UBS-BAMLL 2012-WRM
239. WFCM 2013-BTC
240. WMCMT 2003-C1
241. WMCMT 2005-C1
242. WMCMT 2006-SL1
243. WMCMT 2007-SL2
244. WMCMT 2007-SL3
245. WMGT 2001-1
246. WVMT 2011-SBC2

 


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Co-Authors:  Lisa Greer Quateman and Tracey M. Ginn
May 2013
eAlerts Alerts

In recent years, the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) have taken numerous actions to address the perceived lack of transparency in the municipal markets, such as:

  • creating a centralized information repository known as EMMA (Electronic Municipal Market Access System), and
  • amending the SEC’s Rule 15c2-12 to, among other items: (i) expand the required disclosure of certain “listed events” and (ii) eliminate the prior exemption of variable rate demand obligations (VRDOs) from the reporting requirements of Rule 15c2-12).
May 2011
eAlerts Alerts
In August 2010, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) released its Proposed Accounting Standards Update on Leases which, if enacted, would have essentially eliminated the concept of an operating lease and required recognition of all leases on the balance sheet. For many of our clients, this change would have impacted balance sheets, debt covenants and future real estate transactions. FASB and IASB, after further deliberation and discussion, intend to issue a final standard for leases later in 2011. Health care providers should consult with their legal advisors and their accountants before the effective date of the final rules in order to understand the consequences of such changes.
April 26, 2011
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January | February 2010
eAlerts Alerts
The Department of the Treasury recently issued important new rules addressing the types of modifications that may be made to loans held by REMICs. These changes are extremely important to both servicers and borrowers because they now allow modifications to loans that previously have been prohibited.
September 22, 2009
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