Thomas V. D'Ambrosio is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Business and Finance Practice. Mr. D'Ambrosio focuses his practice on structured and complex derivative transactions and insolvency and regulatory matters relating to such structures for Fortune 500 corporations, private companies, hedge funds, financial institutions, pension funds, and high-net-worth individuals. He regularly assists those clients in connection with structuring, negotiating, and analyzing the risk inherent in a wide range of derivative products, including equity, debt, credit, commodity, interest rate, and currency derivatives. He is particularly active in using derivatives to aid clients in hedging risks, monetizing assets, and acquiring and financing the acquisition of assets on favorable terms (both with and without the benefits of leverage), including the financing of equity and debt repurchase programs of issuers. He is actively representing clients on Dodd-Frank derivative reform.
Mr. D'Ambrosio also has extensive experience representing issuers in connection with public and private sales of equity and debt securities. He has advised purchasers and sellers in stock sales, asset sales, and merger transactions; he has advised investment managers in connection with leveraged hedge fund investments; and he has counseled pension funds and wealthy families with respect to their investments in hedge funds.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Thomas V. D'Ambrosio