Sagi Tamir concentrates his practice in the areas of structured finance and derivatives. Sagi is experienced in representing asset managers, initial purchasers, placement agents and issuers in a variety of securitization and other structured finance transactions. He has represented clients in numerous cash and synthetic collateralized bond, loan, fund and debt obligations transactions. Sagi also has extensive experience in workouts of CDO and CLO transactions. In the derivatives area, Sagi is working with credit default swaps and other derivative transactions.
Sagi is an Adjunct Professor of Law at New York University School of Law where he teaches a course titled “The Law of Securitization.”
New York University School of Law, LLM in Corporation Law
Tel Aviv University, LLB
- Israeli Bar
- The Corporation Legislative Committee of The Israeli Bar