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Practice:

  • Banking & Finance
  • Financial & Structured Products
  • Structured Finance

Alessandro Accrocca Partner Banking & Finance, Financial & Structured Products

Milan; Rome

Alessandro Accrocca is an Italian qualified lawyer and Partner in the Finance Group, based in the Milan office. He has strong experience in structured finance, banking law and banking regulation law.

In particular, he has participated in a wide number of transactions, such as debt, equity and structured products issues, securitisations, covered bonds, debt restructuring and derivatives, advising both domestic and international leading clients.

In 2005 – 2008, he worked as director in the Legal Group in London for UBS Limited, covering all legal matters connected with the business carried out by the bank in Italy.

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Practice:

  • Structured Finance
  • Banking & Finance
  • Fintech

Howard S. Altarescu Partner Structured Finance, Banking & Finance

New York

Howard Altarescu is a partner in Orrick’s Finance Group. He co-leads the Firm’s global Fintech team, helping industry participants navigate this complex and evolving sector.

Howard Altarescu advises bank and non-bank financial institutions and governmental agencies in connection with innovative capital markets, debt financing and other transactions, as well as on the implications of financial markets regulation. Howard also co-heads the firm's Fintech team, which is focused on serving a wide array of fintech platforms and other businesses. Howard has previously served as Orrick's Finance Sector Leader, responsible for implementing the firm's strategy to provide distinctive transactional, litigation and regulatory services to financial institution clients globally, as well as co-head of the firm’s Finance Business Unit. In these roles, Howard has a broad strategic, advisory and business development role at the firm, drawing on many years of experience, both in law firms and as a banker helping clients develop innovative financial solutions to meet their objectives.

Most recently, Howard has worked on securitizations and other structured financings backed by marketplace loans and has advised numerous clients on the implications of the Madden v. Midland Funding case, the OCC "fintech charter" and related legal issues. Howard has also recently worked on a number of groundbreaking mortgage credit risk transfer transactions between Fannie Mae and major banks and other clients.

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Practice:

  • Mortgage Related Securities
  • Structured Finance

Marie Athaide Special Counsel Mortgage Related Securities, Structured Finance

New York

Marie Athaide is a securitization attorney in the New York office representing issuers and underwriters in connection with private and public offerings of asset-backed securities. Her practice focuses on transactions involving a variety of residential mortgage loans, including non-qualified mortgages.

In addition, Marie has experience in credit risk transfer securities, re-securitizations and complex securitizations of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Assessments, commercial mortgage loans, credit card receivables and utility receivables. She has represented financial institutions in connection with whole loan purchases and sales and advised mortgage loan servicers in connection with servicing operations and servicing rights transfers.
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Practice:

  • Structured Finance
  • Finance

Janet Barbiere Partner Structured Finance, Finance

New York

Janet Barbiere is a partner in the Structured Finance Group in Orrick’s New York office.

She represents issuers, underwriters, originators, loan sellers and investors in commercial mortgage loan securitizations, real estate syndications, origination and servicing programs, the acquisition and sale of interests in mortgage loans, mortgage securities, subordinated debt and mezzanine debt, as well as transactions in the secondary mortgage market.

She has also advised banks in analyzing and structuring CMBS transactions, and in the workout, restructuring and sale of performing and non-performing commercial mortgage loans. She serves on various SFIG and CREFC Committees.

Prior to joining Orrick, Janet was a partner in the New York offices of Kaye Scholer LLP, Thacher Proffitt & Wood LLP and Sidley Austin LLP.


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Practice:

  • Structured Finance
  • Debt Capital Markets
  • Financial & Structured Products
  • Derivatives
  • Banking & Finance
  • Corporate
  • Swaps and Other Hedges

Olivier Bernard Partner Structured Finance, Debt Capital Markets

Paris

Olivier Bernard, partner in Orrick’s Paris office, is a member of the Banking & Finance group.

Olivier advises French and international financial institutions, insurers, funds and other alternative capital providers, as well as borrowers, on structured finance, debt capital markets and securitization transactions, in relation to a variety of assets, including real estate, transportation fleets and infrastructure.

He has been involved on a number of groundbreaking multi-jurisdictional transactions, privately or publicly placed.

Before joining Orrick in 2016 as a partner, Olivier was counsel in the finance department of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.

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Practice:

  • Structured Finance

Thomas Caruso Associate Structured Finance

New York

Thomas Caruso is an associate in the Structured Finance group in the New York office.

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Practice:

  • Structured Finance
  • Mortgage Related Securities
  • Asset Backed Securities

Amy Chan Senior Associate Structured Finance, Mortgage Related Securities

New York

Amy Chan, an associate in the New York office, is a member of the Structured Finance Group. Amy represents a variety of market participants, including sponsors, issuers and underwriters, in public and private offerings of commercial mortgage-backed securities.

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Practice:

  • Corporate
  • M&A and Private Equity
  • Banking & Finance
  • Structured Finance

Philippe Chareyre Associate Corporate, M&A and Private Equity

Paris

Philippe Chareyre is a corporate lawyer based in Orrick’s Paris office, with a focus on M&A and Private Equity.

Philippe is mostly involved in LBO issues, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, and more specifically on cross-border transactions.

Previously, he advised French and international financial institutions as well as borrowers on structured finance, cross border transactions and corporate finance.

Before joining Orrick, Philippe was an associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in the Banking and Finance department, he also worked in the CIB legal department of BNP Paribas (both in London and Paris).

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Practice:

  • Banking & Finance
  • Structured Finance

Daniele Consolo Associate Banking & Finance, Structured Finance

Rome; Milan

Daniele Consolo is an Italian qualified lawyer and an associate in Orrick's Milan office. He is a member of the Banking & Finance Group. His practice focuses on regulatory banking and finance, financial services and asset management.

Since 2006 he has provided legal advices and assistance to investment banks and financial intermediaries in relation to bank and investment services and collective investment funds. He has advised and supported clients on the management of their regulatory and compliance framework, including key operational aspects related to legal process.

Before joining Orrick, Daniele gained significant expertise in banking and financial services and compliance matters. He worked in Citibank Plc, Milan office, in the Legal and Compliance division for two years. He then moved to Atrigna & Partners law firm in Milan and, during his collaboration, was seconded at the Milan branches of Morgan Stanley Bank International (in 2008) and The Royal Bank of Scotland (in 2010) to support the General Counsel.

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Practice:

  • Structured Finance
  • Public Finance

Katharine Crost Senior Counsel Structured Finance, Public Finance

New York

Katharine Crost, a senior counsel in the New York office, is a member of the Structured Finance Group.

Kathy's practice involves advising issuers, underwriters, servicers and institutional purchasers on complex financial transactions. She has extensive experience with the securitization of a variety of assets, including mortgages, tax liens, tobacco litigation settlement funds, utility stranded costs and student loans.

Kathy's mortgage-backed experience has involved all types of mortgages including fixed and adjustable rate first lien mortgage loans, closed end seconds, revolving home equity lines of credit, seasoned mortgage loans, reverse mortgage loans and manufactured housing contracts. She has represented many types of financial institutions, including private companies, governmental agencies and municipalities.

She has been involved in the development of a number of novel securitization structures and programs designed to achieve the client's goals. In addition to securitizations, she has been involved in establishing joint ventures, financing of assets, acquisitions of assets and litigation support and advice.

Recently, Kathy has been involved in advising clients on a number of innovative transactions that address issues arising from the financial crisis and housing and financial regulatory reform. Representative transactions include representing the sponsor and issuer of the first public offerings of private label residential mortgage-backed securities since the advent of the financial crisis, advising a federal agency on the securitization of seasoned assets, and advising the largest issuer of tax lien securitizations. She has also been involved in various initiatives to address regulatory reform proposals.

Kathy is former Chair of the Structured Finance Group. She has also served on the Firm's Executive Committee and as Chair of the Firm's Women's Initiative.


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Practice:

  • Structured Finance
  • Finance

William Cullen Partner Structured Finance, Finance

New York

William "Butch" Cullen is a partner with the Structured Finance Group in Orrick’s New York office. His practice focuses on securities and structured finance, with an emphasis on the securitization of financial assets, in particular, commercial mortgage assets.

Butch is also significantly involved in the workout and restructuring of defaulted real estate loans and securities, the sale and liquidation of both performing and distressed financial assets, including as part of a sale to governmental authorities, on behalf of financial institutions, and the sale of servicing platforms and investment advisory businesses.

Prior to joining Orrick, Butch was a partner in the New York offices of Kaye Scholer LLP, Thacher Proffitt & Wood LLP and Sidley Austin LLP.