In structured finance, Myles’s practice includes CLOs, repackagings and asset-backed commercial paper financings. His clients in this area have included managers, investment banks, investors and rating agencies. He advises managers in the structuring and administration of their transactions and asset-backed commercial paper issuers in their investment and program activities.
In private funds, Myles represents managers of hedge funds and PE-style funds, including those focusing on fixed income investments. Some of these funds have leverage structures that use both fund and CLO technology. He advises fund managers in the structuring and administration of funds and in the funds’ investment activities. He also represents clients in principal protected, leveraged and repackaged fund structures.
In corporate work, Myles assists clients in securities, lending and other financing transactions, M&A and restructuring transactions. His clients are generally financial institutions, including investment advisers, private investment firms, insurance companies and REITs.
Myles also represents clients in various regulatory matters, including compliance relating to their status as investment advisers, applicability (and, where possible, inapplicability) of the risk retention rules adopted after the 2008 credit crisis and examination and enforcement matters relating to securities laws.
Myles is a member of the Board of Directors of Independent Women’s Forum and its Finance Committee.