Barry leads the Public Finance department’s derivatives practice, acts as bond counsel and additionally acts as counsel to nonprofit borrowers, underwriters and liquidity/credit providers. His derivative clients include municipal entities, for-profit and nonprofit corporations, retirement systems, and swap providers.
I have extensive experience in drafting and negotiating ISDA Master Agreements and related Credit Support Documentation and Confirmations of transactions involving interest rate and commodity swaps. Additionally, I have advised clients with respect to the applicable requirements of the Dodd-Frank Act, including drafting internal policies and procedures and working with clients to complete ISDA Protocol documentation and bilateral contracts with swap counterparties.
I have significant experience in:
Federal regulations on swap transactions became increasingly complex with the passage and implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act. As the rules implementing the Dodd-Frank Act are put in place, I continue to ensure that my clients are kept informed of the implications for them. I have been actively involved and expect to have continued involvement with webinars and conferences by industry organizations such as NABL and through participating in webinars utilizing the extensive capabilities of Nixon Peabody.