J. Bradley Keck ("Brad") concentrates his practice on securitization and other structured finance. He represents issuers, borrowers, servicers, multinational banks, finance companies, underwriters and sponsors in a wide variety of transactions, including structuring and maintaining domestic and cross-border commercial paper funded securitization vehicles. He also represents clients in financing trade receivables; credit card and floorplan receivables; IP, franchise and “whole-business” assets; auto paper (retail and wholesale); leases; loans and various other asset classes in whole loan sales, private placements, public offerings, and commercial paper conduits.
Brad has extensive experience negotiating with rating agencies, credit enhancers, insurers, and liquidity providers; with accounting rules, such as FASB 166 and 167; transactions involving UCC and non-UCC collateral; and working with electronic contracting and establishing control of electronic chattel paper.
Brad was recently named a “Leading Lawyer” for securitization and structured finance by the International Financial Law Review.