DAVID K. SOLOW is a partner in the Chicago office. David’s practice focuses on representation of banks, private equity funds and other investment funds, insurance companies, asset-backed commercial paper conduits, corporate borrowers and other financial intermediaries in structured finance, asset securitization, forward flow purchase, secured lending and special situations transactions. Financings and acquisitions of consumer receivables, including marketplace loans, point-of-sale loans and credit card receivables, comprise a significant portion of his practice. David has also represented issuers, agents and investors in several collateralized fund obligations (CFOs).
Representative matters include:
- Warehouse financings involving marketplace loans, student loans, point-of-sale loans, small business loans, credit card receivables, healthcare receivables, life settlement assets, trade receivables, auto leases and other assets.
- Securitizations involving marketplace loans, student loans, home improvement receivables, credit card receivables, point-of-sale loans, private equity fund investments (CFOs), auto loans, shipping containers and other assets, as well as whole business securitizations.
- Structuring and forming several asset-backed commercial paper conduits.
- Advising on the applicability of and compliance with the Volcker Rule, risk retention requirements and other financial regulatory initiatives
Prior to joining the firm, David served as a law clerk to the Honorable Mary M. Schroeder of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.