Craig A. Wolson

资本市场及证券监管
cwolson@yklaw.us
(212) 837-2600
办公室 纽约

Wolson律师从业超过40余年,主要在纽约地区执业,并受理全世界各地的不同案件。Wolson律师的业务专长涉及金融,公司法、合资并购、咨询、安全、合规、资本安全、货币贸易等。并曾在世界驰名律师事务所担任法律顾问。

教育背景

  • University of Michigan Law School, J.D. 密歇根大学法学院
  • University of Michigan College of Literature, Science and the Arts, B.A. 密歇根大学

执业资格

  • 纽约地区

会员资质

  • 美国律师协会
  • 纽约州律师协会
  • 纽约州律师协会

荣誉认证

Mr. Wolson has been recognized as a New York Super Lawyer by Law and Politics Magazine.  Since 2010 he has been an active member of the American Arbitration Association’s roster of arbitrators.  He has been included for many years in Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Law and Who’s Who in Finance and Business.  In 2018 he was awarded the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award

著作

联合撰写:

  • Frequently Used Terms in Securitization and Structured Finance Transactions (V. Tucker and C. Wolson ed. 2015)
  • “A Call for Industry Awareness of Risks Relating to Residual Interests in Securitizations,” published in December 2021 Business Law Today
  • Comment Letter to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System dated July 29, 2020 relating to the Board’s Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility (“TALF”), submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System dated June 5, 2020 relating to TALF, submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission dated October 20, 2016 requesting permanent extraterritoriality exemption from Rule 17g-5(a)(3) requirements under the Securities Exchange Act, submitted by the Structured Finance Committee of the New York City Bar Association (Craig A. Wolson, Founder and Chair from 2004-08)
  • Comment Letter to the U.S. Department of the Treasury dated August 5, 2016 relating to the Treasury’s White Paper issued on May 10, 2016 entitled “Opportunities and Challenges in Online Marketplace Lending,” submitted by the Structured Finance Committee of the New York City Bar Association (Craig A. Wolson, Founder and Chair from 2004-08)
  • Comment Letter to the U.S. House of Representatives dated June 15, 2016 and relating to H.R. 4166, the Expanding Proven Financing for American Employers Act (intended to provide tailored credit risk retention requirements to certain qualifying collateralized loan obligation), submitted by the Structured Finance Committee of the New York City Bar Association (Craig A. Wolson, Founder and Chair from 2004-08)
  • Comment Letter to the U.S. House of Representatives dated June 15, 2016 and relating to H.R. 4620, the Preserving Access to CRE Capital [through the commercial mortgage-backed securities market] Act of 2016, submitted by the Structured Finance Committee of the New York City Bar Association (Craig A. Wolson, Founder and Chair from 2004-08)
  • White Paper dated October 5, 2015, entitled “Current Issues in Securitization” and based on an educational program presented by the Structured Finance Committee of the New York City Bar Association (Craig A. Wolson, Founder and Chair from 2004-08) on April 14, 2015
  • “Annual Review of Federal Securities Regulation,” published in Summer 2015 The Business Lawyer
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated May 6, 2014 relating to two proposing releases pertaining to asset-backed securities (ABS)—in particular, the disclosure of asset-level information; submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated November 12, 2013 relating to reproposal of rules pertaining to risk retention in transactions involving ABS, released jointly by the OCC, the Federal Reserve Board, the FDIC, the SEC, the Federal Housing Finance Agency and HUD; submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to Uniform Law Commission dated November 8, 2013 relating to the Commission’s proposed Residential Real Estate Mortgage Foreclosure Process and Protections Act, submitted by the Securitization and Structured Finance Committee of the American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to Uniform Law Commission dated May 2, 2013 relating to the Commission’s proposed Residential Real Estate Mortgage Foreclosure Process and Protections Act, submitted by the Securitization and Structured Finance Committee of the American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Supplemental Comment Letter to SEC dated August 10, 2012 relating to the SEC’s proposed  rules pertaining to risk retention in transactions involving ABS,  submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated February 13, 2012 relating to the SEC’s proposed rule relating to the prohibition against conflicts of interest in certain securitizations, submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated November 16, 2011 relating to the SEC’s re-proposal of the shelf eligibility conditions for ABS, submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated November 15, 2011 relating to the SEC’s proposed changes to Rule 3a-7 under the Investment Company Act of 1940 (in particular, to delete the investment-grade ratings requirement of the Rule), submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated November 14, 2011 relating to the SEC’s Concept Release relating to interpretive issues under the Investment Company Act of 1940 pertaining to the status under the Act of companies that are engaged in the business of acquiring mortgages and mortgage-related instruments, submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated August 19, 2011 relating to the SEC’s proposed rules pertaining to credit rating agencies, submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated July 20, 2011 relating to the SEC’s proposed rules pertaining to risk retention in transactions involving ABS, submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated November 30, 2010 relating to the Commission’s proposed rule pertaining to certain requirements to be imposed on rating agencies in connection with reports accompanying credit ratings of ABS and requirements to be imposed on ABS issuers to disclose demands for repurchase of assets and whether such assets were repurchased, submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated November 17, 2010 relating to the Commission’s proposed rules pertaining to risk-retention with respect to securitizations, submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated November 17, 2010 relating to the Commission’s proposed requirement that an ABS issuer perform a review of the assets underlying certain ABS offerings, submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to Financial Stability Oversight Council dated November 8, 2010 relating to the Council’s Study Regarding the Implementation of the Prohibitions on Proprietary Trading Imposed by the Dodd-Frank Act, submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • “Structuring Commercial Mortgage Securitization Special Purpose Entities After General Growth Properties,” published in November 2010 Bloomberg Law Reports
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated October 29, 2010 relating to the Commission’s proposed rule concerning conflicts of interest pertaining to certain securitizations, submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • Comment Letter to SEC dated August 17, 2010 relating to the Commission’s proposed amendments to Regulation AB, submitted by American Bar Association Business Law Section
  • “Securitization in the Post-Crisis Economy: An ABA Business Law Section White Paper” (paper completed on November 20, 2009 by American Bar Association Business Law Section, presented to Congress on January 22, 2010 and sent to the FDIC on March 5, 2010)
  • “Reviving Securitization–A Response to Critics,” published in June 8, 2009 Law 360
  • “Special Report on the Preparation of Substantive Consolidation Opinions,” published in February 2009 Business Lawyer
  • New York City Bar Association Statement to Obama Transition Team Regarding Regulation of Financial Services, December 2008
  • Comment letter re American Securitization Forum proposal (Project RESTART RMBS Disclosure Package), August 20, 2008
  • Comment letter to Financial Accounting Standards Board re Revised Exposure Draft of Proposed Amendments to FASB Statement No. 140 Relating to Transfer of Financial Assets, October 28, 2005

作者:

  • “The Real Estate Investment Trust: State Tax, Tort and Contract Liabilities of the Trust, Trustee and Shareholder,” March 1973 Michigan Law Review (reprinted in The Real Estate Investment Trust–Problems and Opportunities (L. Oliensis ed. 1974))

 编辑:

  • New York City Bar Association Structured Finance Committee Blog, 2015-19

演讲经历

主持人:

  • Seminar: “The Upheaval in the Subprime Market: The Direct and Indirect Effects of Same on the Structured Finance Market,” New York City Bar Association, January 2008
  • Seminar: “What Every Finance Lawyer Needs to Know About Securitization,” New York City Bar Association, May 2007

发言人:

  • Seminar on Securitization of Project Finance Loans, New York City Bar Association, April 2003

Wolson律师近期代理的案件:

  • 曾代表一家美国DE LLC集团处理在亚太地区的投资。
  • 曾代表一家公司收购并处置一位职业运动员的财产,并提供区块链方面的技术支持。
  • 曾代表一家大麻产业集团向西方国家出售股权并跨境发展。
  • 曾代表一家大型房地产集团,并作为法律顾问处理该集团与一家大型银行的法律纠纷。
  • 曾代表一家欧洲安全集团的几位重要客户确保资产安全,并作为法律顾问处理相关法律纠纷。
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