Tracy Oley practices primarily in the derivative securities and structured finance areas. She designs, structures, and negotiates complex derivative and structured finance transactions for financial institutions, derivative dealers, Fortune 500 corporations, and other end-users. Tracy represents clients with respect to a broad variety of financial products and transactions, including credit, equity, interest rate, and FX derivatives; synthetic products; credit and equity-linked products; hedge fund-linked products; structured and leveraged finance transactions; CDOs/CLOs; and other securitization products. She also provides advice to financial institutions and end-users on regulatory requirements relating to the financial reform legislation and the opportunities and issues arising from the legislation.
Tracy recently has been focused on analyzing and restructuring existing financial products, including CDOs/CLOs and various types of synthetic securities and derivatives, providing advice to clients with respect to defaults and disputes relating to financial products, and developing the next generation of structured products.
In addition, Tracy's experience includes representing financial institutions as providers of repurchase agreements, forward delivery agreements, escrow reinvestment agreements, and guaranteed investment contracts, including assessment and management of portfolios of such agreements. She also provides general corporate advice to numerous clients.
Application of Dodd-Frank Requirements to Swaps Between Non-U.S. Swap Dealers and Non-U.S. Counterparties
- April 30, 2013
West LegalEdcenter's Dodd-Frank Derivatives Deadlines--Vital Information In-House Counsel Needs to Know Now
- The College of William & Mary (J.D. 1999; Order of the Coif; Associate Articles Editor, William & Mary Law Review; M.B.A. 1999; A.B. summa cum laude 1995; Phi Beta Kappa)
- Virginia and District of Columbia
- The Legal 500 US: "recommended lawyer" for structured finance (2014-2016)