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Capital Markets: Securitization: Trustee Counsel - USA - Nationwide
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A member of Dentons' Agency & Trust sector and the Capital Markets practice, Maria represents major financial institutions as trustees, securities administrators, master servicers, collateral administrators, collateral agents, calculation agents, escrow agents, paying agents and backup servicers in matters involving CLO transactions, whole business transactions, aircraft securitizations, esoteric financings, asset and mortgage-backed securitizations, project financings and corporate debt issuances. Maria is also co-chair of Dentons' US WomenLEAD Committee, which focuses on supporting and building the success of its women lawyers through targeted business development assistance, mentoring opportunities, networking events and client events.
A recognized industry leader in Agency & Trust and is an active participant in the Structured Finance Association (SFA) Trustee Committee.
Speaker, "LIBOR Fallbacks - Questions (and Some Answers)," Corporate Trust Committee of the American Bankers Association, October 23, 2019; Speaker, “LIBOR - The Road Forward,” Corporate Trust Committee of the American Bankers Association, November 26, 2018
New York University, School of Law, 1983, JD, Editorial staff, Journal of International Law and Politics; Smith College, 1980, BA, cum laude; Named to Crain’s New York Business' Notable Women in Law (2020; recommended for Structured Finance by The Legal 500 (2020)