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George P. Lindsay

Listed in Best Lawyers since 2008

George P. Lindsay, a partner since 1983 and co-founder and former managing partner of our New York office, is a member of the Finance and Securitization Practice Groups of the Corporate Department. Mr. Lindsay's practice concentrates on lending and other financing transactions, with a focus on asset securitization. As a member of the firm's Securitization Practice Group, he represents issuers, credit enhancers, liquidity providers and conduit and other purchasers in domestic and international financings involving the securitization of wide range of financial assets. Mr. Lindsay also represents numerous foreign and domestic banking organizations in secured and unsecured lending transactions and project financings, as providers of credit enhancement and in other capital markets activities.

Additional Information

Court Admissions — U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
  • Experience — Representation of institutional purchasers, multi-seller commercial paper conduit purchasers, investment banks and issuers in connection with the issuance of or investment in asset backed securities involving numerous asset types, including credit card receivables, trade receivables, automobile, aircraft, equipment and other loans and leases, mortgages, insurance premium financings and collateralized debt obligations
  • Counsel to financial institutions in providing a wide range of credit and liquidity enhancements and hedges for securitization and other transactions, including collateral invested amounts and other subordination enhancements, cash collateral, loan or purchase commitments, letters of credit and currency, interest rate, credit default and total return swaps
  • Representation of major European banks in formation of bank-administered domestic and foreign commercial paper conduits
  • Representation of lenders in connection with secured and unsecured credit facilities, including multi-currency facilities
  • Representation of lenders in various project financings involving, inter alia, co-generation projects and wind and other alternative energy sources
  • Representation of lenders to hospital systems and other health care providers, including developers of continuing care and health related facilities, in direct financings and as purchasers and credit enhancers of tax exempt debt
    Columbia UniversityBA 1969Harvard Law SchoolJ.D. 1973
    American Bar FoundationNew York State Bar AssociationAmerican Bar AssociationInternational Bar Association

    Office Location

    1633 Broadway
    New York, NY 10019
    United States

    Practice Areas

    Banking and Finance Law
    Corporate Law (Banking, Structured Finance)