Debashis Dey

Widely recognised as one of the Middle East's leading capital markets lawyers, Debashis helps White & Case's domestic and international clients to execute a spectrum of complex transactions. His extensive track record, which spans more than 20 years, includes advising investment banks, corporates and governments on capital markets, securitisation and structured finance matters, including Islamic finance sukuk transactions, regulatory capital transactions, commercial and residential mortgages and consumer finance. Noted for the pioneering dimension to his work, Debashis has led numerous product innovations in both conventional and Islamic finance, including the first covered bond in the US, the first convertible sukuk structure for Aldar PJSC, 'first-time' securitisations in Europe and the Middle East, and convertible and straight debt issues for corporates in the Reg S and Rule 144A markets. A partner in White & Case's Global Capital Markets Practice, Debashis also offers clients the benefit of his wide-ranging international experience. Qualified in England and Wales, New York, British Columbia and Ontario, he has executed deals in and across jurisdictions in the GCC (UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia), Europe, the US and Asia.
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Sustainable securitisations
Practice notes

This Practice Note discusses the sustainable (or ‘green’) securitisation market including sustainable CLOs, sustainable asset backed securities (ABS), sustainable mortgage backed securities (MBS).

Practice areas

Panel

  • Contributing Author

Education

  • BA, Political Science, University of Western Ontario
  • LLB, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto

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