David Ciancuillo practices banking law, with an emphasis on securitization, asset-based lending, trade and supply chain finance and other structured finance products.
David regularly represents banks, borrowers, investment vehicles and other finance companies in various transactions, including: asset-based lending facilities; subscription facilities; securities offerings; and the purchase and financing of trade receivables, student loans, mortgages, equipment and automobile loans, insurance related products and a variety of other assets.
David has a great deal of experience in reviewing, negotiating and helping clients to create complex financing, refinancing, cross-border and investment programs designed to address a wide variety of legal issues and strategic goals, including matters relating to secured lending; global trade and supply chain finance; insurance related products; and accounting and regulatory matters. He also has substantial experience in the workout, restructuring and settlement of many forms of transaction and asset types, as well as bankruptcy related issues in connection with such transactions. In addition, he has been involved in a variety of matters, and represents a diverse group of participants, in the insurance and life settlement industry.
David has been a speaker and panelist on a number of presentations to industry participants on topics including accounting, regulatory, bankruptcy, cross-border finance and structuring matters.