Ed is a partner in White & Case's New York office and a member of the Firm's Americas Capital Markets Regional Section and the Global Derivatives Interest Group. Ed focuses on over-the-counter derivatives transactions over a wide spectrum of asset classes, including cash and synthetic fixed income, rates, equity, credit, commodity and FX products. He also frequently advises clients on futures, OTC clearing and prime brokerage documentation, as well as related netting, margin and other regulatory issues. Ed's practice also includes interpretation and implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act and related regulations affecting broker dealers, futures commission merchants, investment funds, end-users and other participants in the securities, futures and swaps markets. His experience extends to assisting clients in the derivatives aspects of financing, dispute resolution and mergers and acquisition.
Represent U.S. and international financial institutions, private equity funds, hedge funds and end-users on prime brokerage, futures and derivatives trading documentation.
Advised market participants on interpretation of ISDA Credit Derivatives Definitions and the auction process, including whether a Credit Event has occurred and the deliverability of certain debt obligations.
Advise issuers on convertible bond issuances
Counsel swap dealers in recovering against defaulting counterparties on foreign exchange trades documentations and the ISDA Master Agreements.
Advised market participants on derivatives claim trading.
Represented corporate clients in unwinding hedges relating to convertible bonds.
"Financial Products and Investment Strategies", October 25, 2018: Business Law for Lawyers, New York City Bar Association, New York, Speaker