The business of corporate trust is changing dramatically across global markets.
Recent market disruptions have created both obstacles and opportunities for players in all areas of the industry. Our job is to guide our clients through this evolving landscape with experience, insight and action.
We understand our clients, how they operate and, most importantly, the value of their customer relationships. We also understand their need to anticipate and avoid hazards. We make it our business to see the whole picture.
Our advice is clear, efficient, constructive and incisive, no matter how complex the task. Our clients turn to us in all types of financial products and assignments from start to finish, including
Our core team knows this business inside out, with a full support team of litigation, bankruptcy, securities and tax attorneys who are experienced in corporate trust, finance and securitization.
We provide creative and practical guidance in fighting the battles that need to be fought—while keeping your business moving forward productively and profitably.
Rochester Business Journal | November 11, 2016
Rochester Private Equity & Investment Funds partner Jeremy Wolk and M&A and Corporate Transactions associate Isaac Figueras authored this column about the fiduciary duties of boards of directors at year end.
Bloomberg BNA Banking Report | March 21, 2016
Chicago partner Susan Feibus authored this column about important considerations for financial institutions to take in terms of policies and procedures that address the cyber threat environment and resilience to cyber attacks.
Boston Business Journal | February 01, 2016
Boston Global Finance practice and Corporate Trust partner Catherine Ng is included in the latest “People on the Move” section for her election to the partnership.
Rochester Business Journal | September 26, 2014
Rochester Global Finance associate John LaBoda is listed as a Rochester Business Journal 2014 Forty Under 40 honoree.
Turnarounds & Workouts | September 01, 2014
New York City Global Finance partner Alex Margolis provides commentary in this feature story discussing the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington’s decision to prohibit the transfer of a secured lender’s interest in a loan on the grounds that the transferee is not an “eligible assignee” under the loan agreement.
Corporate Trust Alert | 07.08.15
Corporate Trust Alert | 03.17.15