Hunton Releases Structured Finance 2018 Review

Hunton Andrews Kurth released its Structured Finance and Securitization 2018 Year in Review, which provided an overview of the firm’s representative transactions and personnel expansions in 2018.

Highlights in the Review included:

The structured finance and securitization team closed a number of substantial transactions, including representing Wells Fargo on its first private-label residential mortgage securitization since the credit crisis.

The merger of Hunton & Williams and Andrews Kurth Kenyon added structured finance lawyers in Dallas and Washington, while the structured finance practice and the Chambers Band 1-ranked energy capital markets practice, based in Houston, expands offerings to structured finance and energy clients.

The firm expanded coverage in the UK with the additions of Angus Duncan and David Klass to the partnership in London, additions of particular interest to clients who may be affected by Brexit.

The Review also looked at 2019 forecasts in:

  • reverse mortgage securitization
  • credit-risk transfer
  • mortgage servicing rights
  • residential mortgage-backed securities
  • servicing-rights financing
  • regulatory/CFPB developments
  • single-family rental
  • MSR sales and servicing
  • fix-and-flip loans
  • fintech
  • blockchain
  • tax law changes affecting structured finance and securitization

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