Anna Glick is an exceptional practitioner in the field of securitization, with 30 years of experience in this highly sophisticated area of finance. She has worked in the area of multiclass securitization since its inception, and represents issuers, underwriters, institutional investors and servicers active in the primary and secondary capital markets. Anna has diverse experience in the area of structured mortgage finance, having participated in numerous public and private transactions involving the issuance of securities in both debt and equity form. Anna concentrates in the area of commercial mortgage-backed securitizations, and has represented the issuer/underwriter in billions of dollars of securities offerings, many of which include novel structures and features. She also focuses on federal securities laws issues particular to these types of securitizations and advises on related securities compliance matters.
Anna also represents clients in the acquisition and disposition of financial assets and asset-backed securities. She advises issuers, servicers and borrowers regarding current issues facing participants in securitized transactions. Anna also is active in workouts of securitized and non-securitized commercial mortgage loans.
She has been recognized as one of the leading lawyers in the world of complex commercial mortgage finance. Anna was shortlisted as Finance Lawyer of the Year by The Chambers and Partners Women in Law Awards and took home an IFLR LMG/Euromoney Americas Women in Business Law Award as “Best in Structured Finance (including Securitization & Derivatives)” for her work as an exceptional practitioner in the field of securitization. She has also been recognized in Whos Who Legal, Chambers USA: Americas Leading Lawyers, Best Lawyers in America, and the IFLR1000.
A frequent guest speaker at industry and professional conferences, Anna is also active in industry trade organizations and has served as Chair of the Policy Committee and was a member of the Executive Committee of the CRE Finance Council. She is currently a member of the Board of Governors of CREFC.
Anna received her J.D. from New York University School of Law, where she was a member of the Law Review and Order of the Coif, and recipient of the Orison S. Marden medal.