Erika Cabo

Associate, New York

Overview

Education and qualifications

Overview

Erika focuses her practice in capital markets transactions and financings. Her transactional experience consists of advising U.S., European and Latin American clients, including banks, corporations and funds, on transactions involving international capital markets, derivatives, structured finance products, structured notes, commodities and banking.

Work highlights

Erika’s experience includes advising:

  • buy and sell-side institutions in connection with the development, structuring, negotiation and documentation of a wide variety of financial derivatives products, such as deal-contingent derivatives transactions, total return swaps, currency and interest rate swaps, FX hedging and currency conversion transactions under syndicated secured loan facilities and project financings
  • dealers in connection with the implementation of margin regulation compliant documentation for uncleared derivatives
  • companies and financial institutions in the U.S., Europe and Latin America on Dodd-Frank Act regulatory issues, related to derivatives 
  • a Brazilian bank on its structured notes program for the U.S. capital markets and U.S. banks on repackagings of Latin American emerging markets assets
  • a U.S. bank on various structured commodities transactions
  • the lenders in relation to a US$96m export credit agency facility granted to Telecom Argentina S.A., as borrower, to finance the acquisition of telecommunication goods and services under a certain supply agreement entered by the borrower 

Education and qualifications

Erika received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Duke University and studied Microeconomics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She studied Banking, Corporate, Finance and Securities Law at The University of Hong Kong and holds a Juris Doctorate from Brooklyn Law School.

Erika speaks fluent English and Spanish.