Capital markets : Derivatives
Capital markets : Structured finance and securitisation
Geoffrey B. Goldman is a partner in the firm’s New York office. His practice focuses on derivatives, structured products and financial regulation. He has extensive experience with structuring and documenting over-the-counter derivatives transactions, particularly credit and equity derivatives. He has represented clearinghouses and other infrastructure providers for derivatives transactions, and he regularly provides advice with respect to commodities, securities and other regulatory issues related to derivatives and other financial products.
Mr. Goldman also has broad experience representing issuers and underwriters of synthetic and cash-flow collateralized debt obligation transactions. He has advised clients on structuring public and private commodity pools. Clients include major U.S. and foreign financial institutions, clearing organizations and trading facilities, derivatives infrastructure providers, corporate users of derivatives, hedge funds and industry groups.
• Derivatives & Structured Products
• Financial Institutions Advisory & Financial Regulatory
• Dodd-Frank, UK, EU & Other Regulatory Reforms
• Volcker Assistant
• Basel III — Regulatory Capital
• Financial Institutions
Columbia University School of Law, J.D., 1996 - Editor-in-Chief, Columbia Law Review
Stanford University, A.B., 1993