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Capital Markets: Securitization: Tax - USA - Nationwide
"He is very well respected as a good tax lawyer." "He is a leader in his field. He is a great partner in getting transactions done and he does excellent work."
Tax - New York
"He is a leader in his field and his advice extends beyond tax matters. He is a great partner for getting transactions done and doing excellent work."
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ROBERT KREITMAN, co-leader of the firm’s global Tax group, focuses on the structured finance, securitization and financial products areas. He also specializes in investment fund transactional matters. Robert’s principal areas of experience include residential and commercial mortgage-backed securitization, asset-backed securitization, structured finance and capital markets, including CLO and CRE CLO transactions, the structuring of funds for corporate and real estate loan origination, the structuring of REO-to-rental financings, servicer advance financings, debt repackagings, securitization of non-performing and re-performing loans, catastrophe bonds, insurance-linked securities, distressed asset funds, structured notes, credit-default swaps and synthetic securitizations.
Robert has been recognized for his work in the Tax practice by various publications, including Chambers and Partners, where “sources describe [him] as a ‘first-rate tax professional.’
Co-author of “Sweeping Tax Changes Proposed,” Sidley Update (November 6, 2017).
Co-author of “The House's Proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and REITs,” Sidley Update (November 3, 2017).
Co-author of the Little, Brown and Company book on mortgage-backed securities.
Co-author of “Revenue Procedure 2010-30 Eases Release of Liens by REMICs in the Case of Commercial Mortgage Loans Secured by Multiple Real Properties,” published in Tax Management Real Estate Journal (Vol. 27, No.1, January 5, 2011).