American Bar Association
 
Trust Indentures and Indenture Trustees Committee

ABA Section of Business Law


Trust Indentures and Indenture Trustees Committee


Mission Statement

The mission of the Trust Indentures and Indenture Trustees Committee is to consider issues relating to debt issued pursuant to indentures and the institutions that act as trustee under the indentures. Its scope includes all forms of debt and indentures issued in the United States, Canada and internationally, including corporate and municipal debt and secured and unsecured debt extending from simple structures to complex securitizations, project financings and other structured financings. Committee members are involved in activities from structuring and origination of transactions through default and bankruptcy.


Program Materials

2016

Spring Meeting:

  • Watch Your Step! - A Discussion of the Landmines Revealed by Recent Litigation Involving Trustees, Investors, Underwriters, and Issuers -- Materials

2015

Annual Meeting:

  • Current Issues Impacting Indenture Trustees -- Materials

2014

Annual Meeting:

  • Securitization Fundamentals: True Sales, Special Purpose Vehicles, Revolving Versus Amortizing Structures and Other Basics -- Materials | Audio Recording
  • Trustees in the Crosshairs?--A Review of Current Issues Affecting Indenture Trustees -- Materials | Audio Recording

Spring Meeting:

  • Monetizing Unusual Receivables - Securitization Strategies for Unique Assets -- Materials | Audio Recording
  • That’s a Wrap: Producing and Defending Settlements Among Debtors, Indenture Trustees and Dissident Bondholders in Chapter 11 Cases -- Materials | Audio Recording

2013

Annual Meeting:

  • Spotlight on Structured Finance Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement - RMBS Claims Update & How to Minimize the Risk of Your Transaction Being Attacked -- Materials | Audio Recording
  • The New World of Residential Mortgage Origination, Securitization, Servicing and Enforcement -- Materials | Audio Recording

Spring Meeting:

  • Brave New World - How New Laws, Rules and Policies Will Affect Securitization Deals and Documents -- Materials | Audio Recording
  • Chapter 11 Asset Sales Where Cash Isn't the Only Consideration: What's The Government Got To Do With It? -- Materials | Audio Recording

2012

Annual Meeting:

  • Financing Mortgage Loans and RMBS/CMBS Litigation: Are We Having Fun Yet? Do We Really Need To Read The TIA? -- Materials | Audio Recording
  • Lessons Learned From Around the World: Recent Bondholder and Indenture Trustees Issues from the US, Canada, UK, Mexico, and Beyond -- Materials | Audio Recording

Spring Meeting:

  • Who Owns My Assets and Who's at Risk? Financing and Transferring Financial Assets After the Subprime Crisis and Dealing with Claims for Warranty Breaches and Securities Fraud -- Materials

2011

Annual Meeting:

  • Who's Happy Now? ABS Disputes: Trustees Under Siege, Investors Enraged, and the Litigation/Settlements That Will Determine Who Will -- Materials | Audio Recording
  • Spring Meeting:

  • The Amazing Shrinking Government Credit Market: Who Said Government Credit Ambac(k)? -- Materials | Audio Recording

2010

Spring Meeting:

  • Back to the Future (of Securitization) III: Is 2010 the Wild West, the End of an Era or the Return to Normalcy? -- Materials | Audio Recording
  • Legislative Attempts to Heal an Ailing Healthcare System - Take 2 Aspirin and Call Us in 2010 -- Materials | Audio Recording

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Leadership

Chair:

Hebbeln, Mark

Vice-Chairs:

Going, Kristin
Walker, Scott

Committee Roster  


Major Publications


Links of Interest


Listserve

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BL-TRUSTINDENTURES@mail.americanbar.org

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Modified by Lars Peterson on April 21, 2016

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