ELIZABETH SCHERER is counsel in the Global Finance practice in the firm’s New York office. She represents sponsors, issuers, underwriters, borrowers, lenders, purchasers and sellers in a wide variety of complex securitization and structured finance transactions.
Elizabeth’s transactions include the following:
- Representation of sponsors, issuers and underwriters in securitization transactions involving pools of residential mortgage loans, farm loans, automobile loans, equipment loans and leases, corporate loans, railcars, repo interests and other asset classes.
- Representation of sponsors and issuers in credit-linked note transactions, synthetic securitizations and collateralized commercial paper transactions.
- Representation of protection buyers in credit default swap transactions covering corporate, small business and sovereign loans, and in foreign currency and interest rate hedging transactions.
- Representation of clients in transactions involving public offerings of registered securities and private placements of securities issued by U.S., Japanese, Cayman and other non-U.S. issuers, including offerings under Rule 144A and Regulation S.
- Representation of borrowers and lenders in connection with revolving credit facilities and other lending transactions backed by healthcare, metals and explosives receivables as well as personal loans.
- Representation of sellers and purchasers of accounts receivable as well as trading platform providers in connection with supply chain finance transactions.
- Advising rating agencies on structural and legal issues in connection with securitization transactions.
Elizabeth also represents private collectors, institutions and museums in various art-related matters, including in purchase and lending transactions for significant works of art and artifacts.