Eric Bootsma is a partner and member of Chapman's Asset Securitization Department. He focuses his practice on structured finance transactions involving a broad spectrum of asset classes, including trade receivables, credit card receivables, consumer loans (including online marketplace loans), commercial loans and equipment leases. He represents banks, funds and other financial institutions in warehouse lending facilities and a wide variety of middle market asset-based lending transactions.

Prior to joining Chapman, Eric practiced in-house as a lead transaction lawyer for various GE Capital businesses and UBS Investment Bank.



New York


Villanova University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 1994

Rutgers University, B.A., Economics, cum laude, 1991

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