About Osahon Okundaye
Osahon Okundaye concentrates his practice in structured finance and securitization matters. He represents various parties in the structured finance market in both public and private transactions in the United States.
Making structured finance work for public companies and private investors
He has experience representing CLO managers and underwriters in new issuances, refinancings and warehouses. He also has experience with asset - backed lending and cross-border credit facilities. And he helps clients with revolving credit facilities and structured term loans.
While in law school, Osahon served as a student-attorney with the University of Michigan Law School's Michigan Innocence Clinic. He represented convicted individuals that the clinic believed to be actually innocent. Osahon also holds a graduate degree in business reporting from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, where he was a McCormick Scholar of Media.
- Structured finance and securitization