William & Mary Law School,
B.A., International Studies, 1993
District of Columbia
American Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
Thompson Coburn LLP
Ruesch International Financial Services
Law Clerk, 1998-1999
Foreign Exchange Trader, 1993-1998
American University Alumni Association
St. John’s Alumni Association
William & Mary Alumni Association
Matt's practice focuses on maritime and trade finance and related United States government guarantee programs.
Matt represents clients in single-lender and syndicated loan facilities, lease and leveraged lease financings, and vessel sales and acquisitions of both second-hand tonnage and new construction. He works regularly with multinational owners and operating companies, structures foreign and domestic operations, and counsels clients on management and compliance issues. Matt also advises clients on regulatory matters before the U.S. Coast Guard and Maritime Administration, citizenship qualification, Jones Act issues, vessel registration under U.S. and foreign flag, and on general issues facing domestic and international maritime operations.
Matt is on a client team that counsels Ex-Im Bank on corporate and small project financings.
Prior to joining the firm, he was a foreign exchange trader.
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