Sep 16, 2014
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, a leading counselor to global financial institutions and corporations, today announced that David Quirolo has joined the Firm as a Partner in the Global Capital Markets Practice Group in the Firm’s London office.
David is recognized as one of Europe’s leading lawyers in the field of international securitization and structured finance, including collateralized loan obligations (CLOs).
“David's return to Cadwalader is an important further expansion of the Firm's global market leading structured finance practice,” said Gregory Petrick, Managing Partner of the Firm’s London office. “We continue to execute on our strategy of growing our London office by recruiting top tier talent and practicing in areas of the Firm's core strategic strengths. We are very pleased to have David back with us.”
“Our strategy is to attract market-leading practitioners, like David, who can offer our clients legal solutions that are informed by an in-depth market perspective,” said Stu Goldstein, Co-Chair of the Global Capital Markets Practice Group.
Mike Gambro, Co-Chair of the Global Capital Markets Practice Group added, “The addition of David to our team in London strengthens our ability to replicate in Europe our success in the U.S. as a market leader in securitized products.”
David joins Cadwalader from Ashurst, where he was a Partner. His practice focuses primarily on CLOs and other securitization and repackaging transactions involving various asset types in the United States and Europe. David acted on the first new European CLO since the financial crisis and has acted on the majority of recent next generation European CLOs. David advises arrangers and collateral managers as well as issuers, managers, originators and investors in a variety of structured finance transactions, both in the United States and Europe. Prior to joining Ashurst, David spent eight years in Cadwalader’s New York and London offices.
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