Vincent Cesare is an associate in Nixon Peabody’s Global Finance group, primarily focused on counseling clients acting as custodians, as trustees, and in various other agent capacities in connection with matters relating to asset-backed, mortgage-backed, and other types of securitizations.
I collaborate with my clients to ensure that the interlocking aspects of structured finance transactions function smoothly during each phase—from warehousing to windup. I work with clients of various sizes throughout the lifecycle of securitizations, custodial arrangements, repurchase facilities and other similar transactions to ensure that they remain at the forefront of legal and regulatory compliance, while maintaining operational efficiency. My deep experience with these transactions across a diverse array of asset classes and through turbulent market conditions allows me to comfortably guide clients through the unique intricacies and nuances present in each deal.
I expect evolving investor demand to continue to drive creativity and innovation in the structured finance space. While traditional deal structures will remain relevant, emerging transaction types (including collateralized fund obligations, asset-backed loans, and more esoteric securitizations) appear likely to continue to gain larger footholds within the industry. The advent of these newer transaction types presents an exciting opportunity for institutions involved in structure finance who are seeking to develop additional lines of business.
New York University School of Law, J.D.
University of Colorado at Boulder, B.A., with Distinction, Phi Beta Kappa
University of Denver, M.B.A., Beta Gamma Sigma
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