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DLA Piper LLP (US)
BOSTON MA 02110-1447
United States

Work Department

Structured Finance and Securitization; Finance




Andrew Sroka focuses his practice on structured finance and securitization transactions.

Andrew has experience representing issuers, underwriters, borrowers, lenders and other financial institutions in a variety of domestic and cross-border finance transactions, including securitization and commercial asset-backed loans.

Andrew’s structured finance practice has involved the financing of a number of traditional and nontraditional asset classes, including “fintech” small business loans and consumer loans, merchant cash advances, student loans, servicing rights, trade receivables, CLOs, tobacco settlement fee awards, tobacco escrow rights, insurance premium finance loans, timeshare loans and intellectual property royalties.


J.D., Suffolk University Law School; B.S., Northeastern University

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Finance > Structured finance: securitization

Praised for its ‘depth of bench and market experience’, DLA Piper LLP (US) stands out for its capability in the CLO arena, with demonstrable experience advising on whole-business securitizations, insurance-linked securities, credit tenant lease financings and esoteric ABS. The team counts Goldman Sachs, Ares Management and BlackRock among its key roster of clients. In the firm’s New York office, practice leader Richard Reilly has experience acting as counsel to arrangers, collateral managers and investors on US and European CLOs, while Grant Buerstetta, who joined the team from Blank Rome LLP in June 2022, and Jay Williams are commended as ‘phenomenal professionals’. Clients have ‘a lot of trust in’ Los Angeles-based Claire Hall, whose practice covers a range of traditional and non-traditional assets classes, while Boston’s Andrew Sroka advises on commercial asset-backed loans. Based in New York, John Murphy is another key contact in the team.