Robert Moyle

Partner

New York


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Robert Moyle is a partner in Orrick’s New York office and a member of the firm’s Structured Finance Group. Rob’s practice focuses on securitization, public offerings and private placements, as well as other types of asset financings and sales.

Rob has experience with a wide variety of asset classes, including credit and charge card receivables, auto loans and leases, dealer floorplan receivables, consumer and small business loans, student loans, tender option bonds and residential mortgages.  He represents a variety of market participants, including issuers, sponsors, underwriters, placement and remarketing agents, lenders, borrowers and liquidity providers. Rob also advises clients on the application of securities laws and other financial industry regulations, including Regulation AB II and the rules and regulations promulgated under the Dodd-Frank Act.

Rob joined Orrick in 2005. He serves as Hiring Partner in the New York Office and is a member of the firm’s Professional Development Committee.

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FDIC Final Rule for “Safe Harbor” Protection

On September 27, the Board of Directors of the FDIC approved a Final Rule (the “Final Rule”) that governs the rights of the FDIC, as conservator or receiver of a failed insured depository institution (a “Bank”), over financial assets previously transferred by such Bank in connection with a securitization or participation transaction. The Final Rule sets forth the circumstances under which the FDIC will provide a “safe harbor” to investors by not repudiating contracts or reclaiming property and the circumstances under which the FDIC will provide investors with other, more limited, protections. The Final Rule should be considered in light of the provisions of the recently enacted Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and the SEC’s proposed “Regulation AB II”, both of which cover certain of the matters that are also covered by the Final Rule. While the provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act and of Regulation AB II will be applicable to securitizations whether or not a Bank is involved, the requirements of the Final Rule should be applicable only to Bank transactions. Read More.