Allen & Overy just announced that Howard Goldwasser and Lawton Camp will join the firm as partners. The new hires will be part of the capital markets practice, adding to the firm's existing New York-based 15 lawyer team focusing on structured finance deals and securitizations. Goldwasser and Camp were previously at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe where they were involved in a broad range of structured finance and securitization transactions, including various cash and synthetic CDOs; CMBS and RMBS; synthetic ABS; emerging market "future flows" deals; credit card, trade, lease and consumer finance receivables securitizations; as well as various other derivative, structured finance and securitization instruments and products. Goldwasser was a partner at Orrick in 1999 and became resident in the firm's Tokyo office from 2001 to 2005, where he served as the managing partner of the office and headed the firm's Asian securitization and structured finance practices before returning to the U.S. in September 2005. Camp became a partner at Orrick in 2001, spending his entire career in its New York office.
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