Abhijit Kurup is a senior associate in Seward & Kissel’s Asset Securitization and CLO Practice Group. Abhijit represents a broad array of financial institutions, including banks, insurance companies, asset managers, and hedge funds in connection with structuring, negotiating, and documenting complex structured financing transactions, including collateralized loan obligations, trade receivable securitizations, whole business securitizations, repo facilities, and total return swaps. A significant portion of Abhijit’s practice also involves representing lead arrangers, lenders and borrower in syndicated secured and unsecured term loan and revolving facilities, mezzanine loan facilities as well as warehouse facilities involving numerous asset classes. He also advises asset managers and institutional investors in establishing strategic investment partnerships and joint-ventures.
Abhijit helped establish the first rated risk retention financing facility for CLO transactions, the first master CLO warehouse facility, and the first repo transaction to finance risk retention for CMBS transactions.
Abhijit is a member of the S&K’s LIBOR Transition Task Force and the Loan Syndications & Trading Associations’ CLO Committee.
He received a B.A. from the University of California, Riverside and a J.D. from Boston College Law School.