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Shearman & Sterling LLP

599 LEXINGTON AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY 10022-6069, USA
Tel:
Work +1 212 848 4000
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Fax +1 212 848 7179
Web:
www.shearman.com

Geoffrey Goldman

Tel:
Work +1 212 848 4867
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Shearman & Sterling LLP

Work Department

Derivatives & Structured Products

Position

Partner

Career

Geoffrey has extensive experience structuring and documenting over-the-counter derivatives transactions, particularly credit and equity derivatives. He regularly provides advice to clearinghouses and other infrastructure providers on commodities, securities and other regulatory issues relating to derivatives and other financial products. He also has broad experience representing issuers and underwriters of synthetic and cash-flow collateralized debt obligation transactions, and has advised clients on structuring public and private commodity pools.

Geoffrey represents major U.S. and foreign financial institutions, clearing organizations and trading facilities (such as IntercontinentalExchange and its subsidiaries), derivatives infrastructure providers (such as Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation), corporate users of derivatives, hedge funds and industry groups.

Languages

English

Member

  • Member, American Bar Association, Business Law Section, Derivatives and Futures Law Committee
  • Member, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Committee on Futures and Derivatives Regulation

Education

  • Columbia Law School, J.D. (Editor-in-Chief, Columbia Law Review)
  • Stanford University, A.B.


United States: Finance

Structured finance: derivatives and structured products

Within: Structured finance: derivatives and structured products

Shearman & Sterling LLP’s derivatives practice stands out for the breadth of its expertise, which covers a wide variety of structured transactions for clients including financial institutions and swap dealers, hedge funds, corporate end-users, and market infrastructure providers such as ICE. Donna Parisi assisted Bank of America and Wells Fargo with a structure for the retention of commodity hedges following the bankruptcy of various E&P oil and gas companies. Parisi also advised Citigroup on the implementation under Dodd-Frank of margin requirements for uncleared swaps. Azam Aziz has experience incorporating derivatives into cross-border project financing and Geoffrey Goldman handled numerous equity-linked derivative transactions in 2017.

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