Throughout his career, Tauhid Ijaz has gained a lot of experience in multiple industry sectors such as; road and rail, food, beverages, agriculture, maritime, aviation, financial institutions as well as insurance. Thus, he is recommended as a leading practitioner in securitisation and structured finance in both Legal 500 and IFLR 1000 in 2015.Tauhid advises on all types of structured finance as well as debt capital market transactions and their related restructurings in a wide range of asset classes, which include commercial and residential real estate, infrastructure, equipment leasing and insurance.He is fluent in English and French and has 2 publications to his name.
These publications are as follows; 'Summary of key EU and US regulatory developments relating to securitization transactions.' and 'EMIR: Trade Reporting - What Do You Need To Do From 12 February 2014?'.
'A leading individual in securitisation',
'very considerate with a pleasant, engaging demeanour and incisive intellect'
Areas of Focus
A significant creditor and noteholder on the restructuring of the £1,477m Punch A securitization.
Advising owner and operator of ports business in relation to refinancing of existing debt by way of single debt platform, permitting both bank/bond debt.
Advising controlling noteholder on restructuring $925m Blue City Investments 1 Limited whole business securitization in relation to US$20bn mixed use real estate development in Oman.
Advising significant creditor and noteholder on restructuring of £159.7m tap issuance, related tender offer, and transaction amendments in respect of £1.25bn Spirit Issuer plc.
A significant investor on a €2.7bn Spanish residential mortgage certificate and REO residential property financing and note repackaging (Project Hercules).
A leading financial institution as arranger on the financing of a portfolio of Irish REO residential properties acquired by a debt fund.
Starwood Capital in relation to its bid for the RBS's £1.5bn property loan portfolio (Project Isobel).
Certain noteholders in relation the restructuring of the €1,519m Windermere XII commercial mortgage backed securitization.
The special servicer in relation to the restructuring of the £918m Gemini (Eclipse 2006-3) commercial mortgage backed securitization.
Deutsche bank as arranger on a £200m securitization of auto and healthcare receivables for a major UK leasing company.
A major UK financial institution on a privately £700m auto loan receivables securitization.
Lysing hf on the restructuring of a €500m auto lease receivables securitization and linked derivative arrangements.
A major U.K. financial institution on a €11bn synthetic CLO structured to achieve regulatory capital relief.
A major UK financial institution on a US$2.25bn total return swap facility structured to comply with stress test requirements.
A reinsurance company on a structured collateralised reinsurance involving the first longevity swap entered into by a UK pension fund.
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