Moore & Van Allen Welcomes Edward Ivey as Counsel
Moore & Van Allen PLLC (MVA) is pleased to announce that Edward Ivey has joined the firm as Counsel on the Financial Services team.
Ed’s practice is focused on transactional and regulatory issues associated with derivatives, complex finance, structured products and LIBOR transition issues. He advises clients on swaps, derivatives, general corporate matters, and advising clients on various types of debt and equity capital market activities (e.g., security private placements, loans and revolving credit facilities). He represents both borrowers/debtors and lenders/creditors, and brings his experience in derivatives, bankruptcy and structured products to enhance financing through structuring debt, equity and hedging activities, or present alternative financing arrangements that can lower costs and risks to both parties (e.g., warehouse financings, consignments, sale-leaseback transactions, project financings and repos/ securities lending arrangements). Ed has also assisted clients with navigating federal regulatory matters, with a particular focus on the Commodities Exchange Act, Investment Company Act, and Securities Act.
Ed has previous law firm experience in New York with Linklaters LLP, and also spent time at Morgan Stanley on its Latin America Structure Products Desk and working at Wells Fargo in its Swap Dealer Compliance area.
Ed has been named a “Rising Star” in Capital Markets in 2016, 2017, and 2019-2021, and in Derivatives from 2014-2021, in the International Financial Law Review’s IFLR1000. He also speaks and publishes frequently on topics including LIBOR transition and developments in derivatives.
Ed earned his J.D. from University of North Carolina Law School, and his B.S. from the University of North Carolina.