Pillsbury adds structured finance partner Peter Morgan to its New York office
Pillsbury has announced that Peter Morgan, who has experience with structured finance and private equity transactions, has joined the firm’s New York office as a partner in the structured products team
Morgan’s client base covers a broad range of industries, including energy, insurance, financial services and transportation.
While his primary practice focuses on structured finance, Morgan has a strong background in leasing, lending, private equity and fund formation involving a variety of assets, such as lease and loan receivables and transportation equipment.
He has advised numerous parties, including insurers, underwriters, investors, issuers and liquidity banks, in public and private securitisations, lease arrangements, senior secured transactions, second-lien financings, mezzanine financings and high-yield debt issuances.
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