Bob Gross is a partner at Bingham McCutcheon, and has represented investment banks, hedge funds, issuers, sellers, purchasers, investors, servicers and monoline insurers in connection with domestic and cross-border financial transactions. His transactional experience includes public and private offerings of asset backed securities, resecuritizations of asset backed securities, asset sales and purchases, including sales and purchases involving distressed assets, mergers and acquisitions of mortgage related assets and businesses, future flow securitizations in emerging markets, publicly registered offerings of securities backed by U.K. and Australian mortgage loans, servicing transfers, derivatives, various financing transactions and the creation and maintenance of various distressed asset fund structures and programs.
Professor Gross has experience in a wide variety of asset classes, including forward residential mortgage loans, reverse mortgage loans, including FHA-insured Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECM), small balance commercial mortgage loans, Australian and U.K. mortgage loans, cross-border merchant voucher receivables, oil and gas export receivables and cross-border payment order remittances. He represented the first issuer of Ginnie Mae HMBS securities backed by participation interests in HECM loans.
Professor Gross, who teaches Securities Transactional Work in Securitization of Assets, received his J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.