About Stanford A. Renas
With clients that include some of the largest banks, funds and corporates in the world, Stanford Renas is a respected thought-leader in the structured finance community who clients seek out high-dollar transactions and cutting-edge structures.
Advising clients on every angle of highly structured transactions
Stan helps clients structure, negotiate, document and execute complex financial transactions in the energy, oil and gas and metals sectors, including borrowing base facilities, renewable energy transactions, intermediation facilities, tolling arrangements and structured bullion and base metals transactions. Stan also represents underwriters, issuers, institutional investors, collateral managers and sponsors in a wide range of matters involving the securitization or re-packaging of traditional and non-traditional assets. He has extensive experience using "cash flow," "market value" and hybrid structures, and is a leading practitioner in the CLO market. In addition, Stan represents issuers, sponsors, derivatives dealers and end-users in a broad range of transactions, including structured swaps, total return instruments, credit derivatives, repo contracts and other types of structured products.
Stan has significant experience in domestic and cross-border trade receivables securitization, asset-based finance, factoring, supply chain/vendor finance, trade finance and other receivables monetization strategies. He regularly advises clients on the creation and management of bespoke receivables finance transactions.
- Structured energy and commodity transactions
- Project finance
- Domestic and international structured finance transactions
- Structured derivatives transactions
- Supply chain/receivables finance
- Trade finance
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"California's Cap-and-Trade Regulations: Design Elements and Outstanding Issues," International Financial Law ReviewFebruary 1, 2012
Presentations and Events
Panelist | CLO Fair Value Analysis for Risk Retention PurposesMay 24–25, 2017
Panelist | CLOs and Leveraged Loans 101February 8–11, 2015