Matthew C.Enriquez (Matt)

Associate

Minneapolis + 1.612.217.8873

Matt Enriquez litigates complex financial disputes, with an emphasis on corporate trust and structured products litigation. He also advises financial institutions on legal issues relating to the impending LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate) transition.

Matt's experience includes all phases of financial services litigation, particularly in connection with residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS), collateralized debt obligations, and other financial products litigation. He routinely advises indenture trustees, servicers, and securities administrators with asset-backed securities. Matt also advises clients regarding compliance with anti-money laundering (AML) laws and regulations, and he is a co-associate manager of the Firm's working group on AML and sanctions.

Matt maintains an active pro bono practice, focusing on asylum as well as the intersection of AML and anti-human trafficking efforts. He also serves as a member of the Federal Bar Association's Diversity and Inclusion Standing Committee.

Experience

  • Solmax acquires TenCate GeosyntheticsJones Day advised Groupe Solmax Inc. (Solmax), the global leader in the production of high-quality polyethylene geomembranes for industrial and environmental applications, and its shareholders (including institutional investors Caisse de dépot et placement du Québec and Fonds de Solidarité FTQ), in connection with Solmax’s acquisition of TenCate Geosynthetics Holding B.V., a global provider of geosynthetics and industrial fabrics, from Dutch conglomerate Koninklijke Ten Cate (Royal Ten Cate, the Netherlands), and advised on the related senior secured financing to support the acquisition.
  • United Nations University obtains assistance with "Survivor's Package" for survivors of modern slavery and human traffickingJones Day conducted worldwide research for the United Nations University Centre for Policy Research to assist in the development of a "Survivor Package" for survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking.