For over a quarter of a century, Rob Ripin has advised on cutting-edge capital markets and other finance transactions. His transactions routinely win year-end "best of" awards from leading industry publications.
Rob currently focuses on cross-border capital raising. Issuers, underwriters and financial intermediaries, such as corporate trustees, call on Rob for his knowledge, experience and practical guidance on their most complex transactions.
He established the US securities law practice for Lovells (our London-based legacy firm) in the late 1990s. In the early 1990s, he helped to develop the settlement structures for Regulation S/Rule 144A transactions, which are now standard for capital markets transactions.
In addition to his transactional practice, Rob also advises on corporate governance matters, SEC compliance and issues under the US Investment Company Act of 1940.
Education: JD, New York University, 1988; BA, Columbia University, 1985.
Admissions: New York.
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