Rob Hagan has extensive experience in structured capital markets, focusing primarily on the acquisition, financing, management, disposition and securitization of residential and commercial mortgage assets.
- Rob regularly represents sponsors, issuers, underwriters, investors, asset managers, sellers and purchasers in documenting public and private securitization and resecuritization transactions (both rated and unrated) of a broad range of asset classes, including performing and non-performing new origination or seasoned residential mortgage loans of varying credit quality and lien position, small-balance commercial mortgage loans, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac credit risk transfer securities, SBA guaranteed loan pool certificates, FHA insured mortgage loans, excess yield, servicing advance receivables, the unguaranteed portions of SBA 7(a) loans and previously-issued asset-backed securities. Rob has also represented underwriters in securitizations of automobile loans, dealer floorplan receivables and credit card receivables.
- Since 2007, Rob has been instrumental in the creation and implementation of investment, acquisition, management and disposition structures of several distressed asset opportunity funds and programs, including the use of complex multi-tiered securitization structures as financing or exit strategies for such distressed assets. Rob has represented many of these opportunity funds and their affiliates as borrowers in a variety of structured repo, warehouse, gestation and other credit facilities collateralized by performing and non-performing residential and commercial mortgage loans and real estate.
- Treasury Recommendations for the Residential Mortgage Lending Industry
The Real Estate Finance Journal
Career and qualifications
Admitted as an Attorney-at-Law in New York 2007
- Admitted as an Attorney-at-Law in Washington D.C. 2008
- Partner since May 2018