Jerry R. Marlatt

Jerry R. Marlatt

Senior Of Counsel

New York, (212) 468-8024


University of Southern California (B.A., 1967)
Southwestern University School of Law (J.D., 1977)

Bar Admissions

New York

Mr. Marlatt represents issuers, underwriters and placement agents in public and private offerings of debt, covered bonds, surplus notes, securities of structured investment and specialized operating vehicles, and securities repackagings. Representative transactions involve the first covered bond by a US financial institution, the first covered bond program for a Canadian bank, surplus notes and common stock for a US monoline insurance company, eurobond offerings by US issuers and securities offerings for a variety of structured vehicles, including CBOs, SIVs, CDOs, derivative product companies, ABCP conduits and credit-linked investments. Mr. Marlatt is co-author of Considerations for Foreign Banks Financing in the US, published by International Financial Law Review (2012, updated 2014, 2016), is a contributor to Covered Bonds Handbook, published by Practising Law Institute (2010, updated 2012-2014) and a charter member of the United States Covered Bonds Council. Mr. Marlatt was named "Dealmaker of the Year" in 2013 by The American Lawyer for his work as issuer's counsel on the first covered bond deal ever registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Jerry Marlatt is recommended as a leading lawyer by Chambers Global 2018, Chambers USA 2017, IFLR1000 2018, Legal 500 US 2017, Best Lawyers in America 2018, and Super Lawyers 2017.

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