Ken Oettinger has represented financial services companies in negotiating, structuring, performing and enforcing a wide variety of transactions for more than 25 years.
Critical transactions support for financial services companies
Ken's work includes representing sponsors, originators, issuers, underwriters, placement agents, government-sponsored entities, rating agencies and investors in asset-backed securitizations and other structured finance transactions. Ken has also represented and advised companies across the financial services industry in state, federal and bankruptcy courts in connection with workouts, judgment enforcement and collections, foreclosures, defense of state and federal consumer protection claims and compliance matters. Ken uses his diverse background and experience to represent clients with a special focus on evaluating new transaction structures and risk analysis.
Asset-backed securitizations across a wide variety of asset classes
Preparation of bespoke opinions for novel transaction structures
Advising rating agencies in evaluating risk, especially insolvency risks
Issues related to true sale, true participation and nonconsolidation matters, the characteristics of bankruptcy-remote entities and enforcement of related "authority-to-file" provisions in organizational documents
Articles in the National Law Review database by Ken Oettinger