Amie Davis

Senior Associate
Structured Finance

Amie Davis represents issuers, underwriters, servicers, placement agents, buyers, sellers, lenders, borrowers and investors in connection with securitization public offerings and private placements, re-securitizations and portfolio acquisitions. Ms. Davis has experience with a wide array of asset-backed securities, including residential mortgage backed securities (RMBS), esoteric assets (including tax liens, structured settlements and PACE liens), collateralized loan/debt obligations (CLOs/CDOs), tender option bonds, and credit card receivables.  Ms. Davis also advises clients in connection with asset financings, sales and acquisitions and lending facilities, with a particular focus on tax liens. 

Ms. Davis is one of the founders and a senior editor of Orrick’s Financial Industry Week in Review and is an active participant in various Structured Finance Industry Group committees. Ms. Davis advises clients on rulemaking relating to the Dodd-Frank Act, including risk retention and the Volcker Rule, and on the implications of other new legislative, regulatory and policy-making developments, including GSE reform.

Ms. Davis is also a member of the firm’s Women’s Initiative and Associates’ Committee.

Before joining Orrick, Ms. Davis was Associate General Counsel for Mark Ross & Co., Inc., a New York-based life insurance company, where she focused on life settlements.

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Admitted In
  • New York

  • J.D., Yeshiva University, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 2005
  • B.A., Psychology, University of Pennsylvania, 2002
  • IFLR1000 Rankings, Rising Star, United States - Capital Markets - Structured Finance and Securitization
  • Empire State Counsel Award, 2008
  • New York State Bar Association
  • New York City Bar Association

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