Jeremy Polk is a partner and business lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. He represents public and private borrowers, issuers, and other parties in a broad range of finance transactions. Mr. Polk is a member of the firm’s Finance & Financial Institutions Practice.
secured and unsecured, senior and subordinated, investment grade and below investment grade, revolving and term, syndicated, participated and bilateral, domestic, international and multicurrency credit agreements, and facilities and indentures; and
securitization and other structured finance transactions relating to various types of assets and loan participations, including securitizations of credit card receivables, mortgage loans, and equipment dealer receivables, equipment lease financings, real property tenant-in-common transactions, and mortgage loan repurchase facilities.
Mr. Polk also has experience in connection with the drafting, negotiation, and delivery of true sale / non-consolidation and true lease legal opinions in securitization and structured finance transactions and other financial asset sale transactions in the secondary market. Such opinions include true sale / non-consolidation opinions relating to the securitization of the types of assets described above, true sale opinions with respect to participation interests in loans, and true sale opinions with respect to mortgage loans sold under the Fannie Mae DUS and single family programs and the Federal Home Loan Banks' mortgage purchase programs; true sale / non-consolidation opinions with respect to the securitization of health care receivables; true lease opinions in connection with mortgage loan securitization transactions; and non-consolidation opinions in connection with real estate tenant-in-common transactions.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jeremy R. Polk