Hunton Andrews Kurth Promotes Five to Counsel

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March 13, 2020

Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP announces the promotion of five lawyers to counsel. The firm proudly recognizes these talented individuals for their accomplishments and outstanding client service.

Jennifer D. Daglio (Corporate, Richmond) joined the firm in 2018. Her practice focuses on structured finance, asset securitization, mortgage servicing rights, and other corporate finance transactions. Jendy represents lenders and borrowers in a variety of financings including: repurchase and warehouse facilities involving residential and commercial mortgage loans, student loans, and agricultural loans; securitizations of servicing advances and servicing fees; and relating to sales and acquisitions of mortgage servicing rights. Jendy’s experience also includes providing advice on residential mortgage loan originations, regulatory matters including TRID and RESPA compliance, and compliance with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac seller guides. University of Virginia School of Law, JD 2000; University of Richmond, BA 1995.

Amee Parekh (Corporate, Dallas) joined the firm in 2017. Her practice focuses on representing clients in a broad range of alternative asset investment transactions, with a particular emphasis on private fund formations, private equity, joint ventures and related matters. Amee advises private investment funds and their sponsors in all aspects of their businesses, including formations, structurings, offerings, investments, acquisitions, financings, divestitures and regulatory compliance matters. Amee also advises institutional investors on investments in private investment funds and similar joint ventures. Fordham University School of Law, magna cum laude, JD 2012; Boston University, summa cum laude, BA 2008.

Timothy E. Biller (Energy and Infrastructure, Richmond) joined the firm in 2012. His practice focuses on state and federal regulation in the energy and telecommunications sectors, including ratemaking, regulatory approval of corporate transactions, certification of transmission and generation facilities, and FCC wireless licensing. William & Mary Law School, Senior Articles Editor, William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, JD 2010; Tufts University, magna cum laude, BA 2005.

Siddharth Sethy (Energy and Infrastructure, Washington, D.C.) joined the firm in 2007. His practice covers corporate and finance matters, including the development, financing, acquisition and disposition of energy and infrastructure facilities. Sid advises commercial and multilateral lenders on a variety of structured, corporate, and project finance transactions and represents project sponsors and lenders in project financings. Sid’s experience also includes advising clients on structuring and implementation of investments in India and representing international clients in their collaborations with Indian entities in the areas of global outsourcing and manufacturing. University of Michigan Law School, LLM 2004; Indian Law Society's Law College, LLB 2002.

Tina Locatelli (Corporate, Miami) joined the firm in 2017. Her practice focuses on structured and corporate finance, including agency mortgage-backed securities and mortgage warehouse facilities. Tina has advised clients on global financing programs, including commercial paper facilities, issuances of U.S. covered bonds and synthetic credit-linked notes, securitizations of U.S., UK, Korean and Malaysian residential mortgage loans, HELOCs, student loans, auto loans and credit cards, and issuances of short and long-term debt in the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Australia and Thailand. Tina has significant experience advising clients on complex matters involving a broad spectrum of business, legal, regulatory, risk management, and compliance issues. Washington and Lee University School of Law, magna cum laude, JD 1996; Clemson University, cum laude, BA 1993.

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