Nixon Peabody appoints Amelia Charamba to lead the firm’s Global Finance practice

June 23, 2019

Senior Manager, Media Relations
Nicholas Braude

Boston, MA. Nixon Peabody has named Amelia M. Charamba leader of the firm’s Global Finance practice. The group is composed of Corporate Trust and Leveraged Finance teams.

“Both inclusive and collaborative, Amy brings more than 25 years of experience in global finance. She’s a great fit to lead our team of attorneys as they guide our clients through this evolving landscape,” said Andrew I. Glincher, CEO and Managing Partner, Nixon Peabody LLP. “Amy’s passion, commitment and participative leadership style bring out the best in her highly skilled team, who offer diverse perspectives in order to create successful results for our clients.”

Amy advises financial institutions who provide fiduciary and agency services to the capital markets. She represents clients on all types of financial products, from municipal finance to CLO securitizations, from start to finish, through origination, amendments, default and litigation. Amy also represents conduit issuers in connection with the issuance of revenue bonds.

Global finance and the business of corporate trust are changing dramatically across global markets. Recent market disruptions have created both obstacles and opportunities.

“We use our broad market experience and knowledge of their business to help clients grow and respond to the needs and demands of their customers and investors,” said Amy Charamba. “We also work to anticipate obstacles for our clients. We make it our business to see the whole picture.”

Amy succeeds Craig Mills as leader of Nixon Peabody’s Global Finance practice. Craig will continue representing financial institutions, including banks, mutual fund companies and other providers of capital, in a wide range of domestic and international secured and unsecured commercial loan transactions and structured finance matters.

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