CHICAGO – Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP announced today that attorneys Henry Bregstein, Chris DiAngelo, Carolyn H. Jackson, Joshua S. Rubenstein, Joseph Topolski and Herbert S. Wander were recognized as "leading individuals" in the 2015 edition of Chambers Global. Additionally, Katten was ranked a top firm in the "Capital Markets: Securitisation" and "Capital Markets: Derivatives" categories.

Global co-chair of Katten's Financial Services practice, Bregstein is listed among top attorneys in the "USA Investment Funds: Hedge Funds" category. He is described in Chambers Global as having "a wealth of experience in hedge fund matters and is hailed as one of the smartest lawyers in the business."

DiAngelo, managing partner of Katten's New York office and co-head of the firm's Structured Finance and Securitization practice, was ranked in the "USA Capital Markets: Securitisation" category. Chambers Global noted that DiAngelo "is a well-known and highly regarded figure in the industry. He receives praise for his expertise in complex structured matters and clients note that he 'does excellent work in structured finance.'"

Jackson, a financial services partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman UK LLP and a Registered Foreign Lawyer, was recognized in both the "UK Banking & Finance (Foreign Expert)" and the "USA Banking & Finance (Expert Based Abroad)" categories. In 2014, Chambers Global described Jackson as an "established authority on US financial regulatory matters … able to advise clients on the cross-border implications of reforms such as the Dodd-Frank Act."

National head of Katten's Trusts and Estates practice, Rubenstein is ranked among top attorneys in the "Global-Wide International Private Client" category. Chambers Global describes Rubenstein as "one of the most well-known names in the international private client industry and the leading figure of Katten's … wealth management group in New York. He represents an enviable list of high net worth clients, who describe him as 'a pragmatic technician.'"

Topolski, a New York-based partner in Katten's Structured Finance and Securitization practice, was recognized in the "USA Capital Markets: Securitisation" category. Chambers Global lauds his experience on "dealer floorplan finance, auto loan and auto lease securitisations."

Wander, co-chair of Katten's Corporate Governance practice, is named in the "USA Corporate/M&A (Senior Statesman)" category, and Chambers Global notes he, "has a solid reputation among Illinois legal circles and has significant expertise spanning the full gamut of transactional business law."

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