Our securitisation team of German and English qualified lawyers is part of Allen & Overy's international securitisation practice, recognised as a global market leader. The group is renowned for being innovative and creating benchmarks in the market and, most importantly, providing clients with commercially viable structures in increasingly regulated international markets.
We advise arrangers, originators and trustees on transactions involving a wide variety of asset classes and structures, including “true sale” and synthetic securitisations, CLOs, CDOs and the establishment of securitisation programmes. Our service is comprehensive and covers all regulatory and tax issues. Our experience includes advising on ground-breaking and innovative commercial mortgage-backed securitisations, whole business and public sector securitisations, as well as securitisations of auto loans, consumer loans and trade receivables. In addition, we have extensive experience of covered bonds and Pfandbriefe.
Our securitisation team works alongside structured finance, derivatives and banking lawyers to ensure clients’ transaction needs are met and complex structures are successfully completed. The team can call on specialists in tax, real estate finance, project finance and corporate trustee.
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News: 02 February 2023
Allen & Overy advises syndicate banks on placement of EUR 1bn convertible bonds issued by Rheinmetall AG
Allen & Overy has advised a syndicate of banks on the successful placement of EUR 1 billion convertible bonds issued by Rheinmetall AG (Rheinmetall).
News: 01 February 2023
Allen & Overy strengthens its practice in asset management and alternative investments with fund specialist Dorothee Atwell
Allen & Overy is expanding its practice in asset management and alternative investments as part of its growth plan for Germany with the hire of the recognised fund specialist Dorothee Atwell who will…
Publications: 25 January 2023
New reporting standards under EMIR: 203 reporting fields, one deadline, huge sanctions
In-scope entities have to follow new EMIR1 reporting requirements by April 2024 or face hefty sanctions. ESMA2 has published the guidelines, validation rules and reporting instructions with which you…
Publications: 15 November 2022
EU proposal to regulate third country providers of financial services: Where are we on CRDVI?
One year after the European Commission unveiled its Banking Package 2021, the Council has now agreed its position on the amendments to the Capital Requirement Directive, the EU framework regulating…