Sep 18, 2013
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, a leading counselor to global financial institutions and corporations, today announced that Bruce Bloomingdale and Jeremiah Wagner will join the firm’s global Capital Markets practice.
Bruce and Jeremiah are both recognized by the leading legal directories and the market as leading practitioners in the field of international securitization and structured finance transactions.
“Our strategy is to be the best in class in the areas in which we practice. Bruce and Jeremiah joining our London Structured Finance team is consistent with that strategy. They are recognized as excellent lawyers in a core practice area of Cadwalader. We have added to our team the premier ABS European structured finance practice.” Gregory Petrick, Managing Partner of the firm’s London office said.
“The addition of Bruce and Jeremiah and their asset backed expertise to our UK structured finance team builds on the strength we enjoy in commercial mortgage backed securities, CDOs, CLOs and other structured and securitized product and enhances our ability to support clients in the fast re-emerging European structured finance and credit markets,” stated Patrick Quinn, Partner and co-Chair of Cadwalader’s Capital Markets Practice.
Bruce is a standout practitioner in the areas of financial transactions, cross border securitization and asset backed lending. He joins Cadwalader from Mayer Brown.
Jeremiah also joins Cadwalader from Mayer Brown where he was a Banking and Finance Partner. He has far-reaching transaction experience in several areas including structured finance, securitization and derivative transactions across a wide range of asset classes. Jeremiah also advises clients on regulatory matters related to the banking and securitization industries.
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