Adam M. Singer focuses his practice on asset-backed securitizations, warehouse credit facilities and swaps and other derivative products. He has represented underwriters, issuers, lenders and borrowers across a variety of asset classes, including structured settlements, litigation advances, lottery receivables, home improvements and marine and recreational vehicles, commercial, mezzanine and multi-family loans, and various types of residential mortgage loans (including fix and flip), among others. Adam has also represented issuers, underwriters, collateral managers and portfolio purchasers in public and private structured financings, including collateralized loan obligations (CLOs). He earned his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School and his B.S., magna cum laude, from Southern Connecticut State University. 

Publications

“Volcker Rule 2.0 — Impact of Final Rule on CLOs,” SRZ Alert, June 29, 2020

“Regulatory Agencies Request Comments on Proposed Amendments to the Volcker Rule Which Will Affect Collateralized Loan Obligations,” SRZ Alert, Jan. 31, 2020

“H.R. 4620: Attempting to Preserve Access to CRE Capital," Securitization Flash, April 18, 2016

“Risk Retention Rules for ABS Transactions — Interesting Aspects of the B-Piece Buyer Option,” Securitization Flash, Dec. 31, 2015