Matt Frankle

Practices

Education and Clerkships

J.D., Benjamin Cardozo Law School, 2000, magna cum laude; Articles Editor, Cardozo Law Review

B.A., Mathematics, State University of New York at Albany, 1993

  • Intern to the Hon. Jerome Feller, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York, 1998

Admissions

New York, 2000

Profile

Matthew Frankle focuses his practice on secured lending and equity derivative transactions. The lending transactions are syndicated or bilateral loans generally secured by concentrated listed stock positions or hedge fund interests. The equity derivative transactions are often variable delivery forward or collar / loan financing transactions.

In addition, Matthew advises major financial institutions on structured products involving proprietary indices.

Moreover, as the market for cryptocurrency and digital assets has expanded, Matthew consults on lending transactions where cryptocurrency is used as collateral.

Matthew began his career as a securities / capital markets attorney at Sullivan & Cromwell and later practiced at several major investment banking institutions. Prior to joining Haynes and Boone, Matthew was a partner in Greenberg Traurig’s finance department in New York. 

Selected Client Representations

  • Represented Royal Bank of Canada in connection with approximately $175 million monetization of Newmark Group Inc’s earnout shares of Nasdaq Inc. via a post-paid forward transaction.
  • Represented Morgan Stanley in connection with $50 million margin loan over listed equity securities.
  • Represented Bank of America in connection with $195 million secured loan over hedge fund interests.

Growth

Matt Frankle

Veteran Finance Lawyer Matthew Frankle Joins Haynes and Boone’s New York Office

Haynes and Boone has bolstered its finance practice with the addition of Matthew Frankle, who joins as a partner in the firm’s New York office.

Selected Publications and Speeches

  • "Financing Bitcoin: The Problem of Actual Delivery," co-author, Law360, January 18, 2018
  • "Wage Garnishments in Bankruptcy: Riddervold Revisited," author, 21 Cardozo L. Rev. 927, 1999

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