Gary Silverman practices as Of Counsel in the Banking & Finance practice in the London office. He is a senior debt capital markets lawyer with a particular focus on advising corporate trust houses in their various roles, including note trustee, security trustee, paying agent, collateral agent, escrow agent, cash manager and custodian on a broad range of issues and products, including stand-alone bond offerings, medium term note programmes, repackagings, securitisations, collateralised debt obligations and other forms of asset-backed and structured finance transactions. Gary also has significant experience in advising on post-issue matters, such as restructurings, defaults and, generally, on the exercise of trustee powers, duties and discretions. In addition, Gary has advised issuers and dealers on a range of general securities work, including medium term note programmes and covered bond programmes and issues thereunder.
Prior to joining Mayer Brown, Gary worked in the London office of another large international law firm.