Tracy Feng is a Senior Counsel in the structured finance practice, based in New York. Tracy concentrates her practice on representing underwriters, issuers, collateral managers and investors in both broadly syndicated and middle-market collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) and other structured products.
Tracy also has experience with other asset backed facilities and securities transactions, including CRE CLOs, trade finance assets, auto, energy, commodity, property assessed clean energy (PACE) and railcar transactions. In addition to her firm experience, Tracy has nearly a year's experience in house on a client secondment for a major financial institution, pursuant to which she worked closely with in house counsel and traders with respect to a wide variety of transactional and regulatory matters.
Tracy is a frequent speaker at industry conferences (both global and domestic) and has been quoted in the financial press on topics related to CLOs. Tracy is a member of the steering committees of both A&O's Asian Affinity Network and US Women's Committee and is actively involved with the firm's diversity and inclusion efforts. Most notably, she spearheaded a virtual re-enactment and panel discussion of the trial for the murder of Vincent Chin that was co-sponsored by the Asian American Bar Association of New York and A&O's Asian Affinity Network in 2020 and has since organized annual re-enactments and panel discussions of other trials co-sponsored by the Asian American Bar Association of New York. Tracy also serves as Co-Chair of the Corporate Law Committee of the Asian American Bar Association of New York.
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Publications: 18 May 2020
On May 12, 2020, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York released a revised term sheet (the “Term Sheet”) for a new iteration of the Term Asset-Backed Securities Lending Facility (“TALF”) and related…