Sam Hu is senior counsel in Chapman’s Asset Securitization Department. Sam represents originators of consumer and commercial receivables at all stages of their funding strategy and represents lenders and ABS structurers on issuance backed by traditional and esoteric collateral.
Prior to rejoining Chapman, Sam worked with several market leading online loan originators (SMB and second lien residential mortgages) in a variety of capacities including capital markets, bank partnerships, and regulatory compliance. He also has experience as a fixed income associate on the structured credit and credit derivatives desk at Morgan Stanley where he was directly involved in the structuring and trading of structured financial products including credit derivatives, synthetic CDOs, structured notes, and student loan ABS.
Sam was an associate in Chapman’s Asset Securitization Department from 2012 – 2014 and was instrumental in the development of a practice focused on advising nonbank lenders and financial technology companies.
- Asset Securitization
- Asset-Backed Securities
- Banking and Financial Services
- Collateralized Loan Obligations and Collateralized Debt Obligations
- Commercial Loans
- Commercial Paper and Bank-Financed Transactions
- Consumer Loans
- Derivatives Transactions
- Equipment Finance Receivables
- Esoteric Assets and Emerging Asset Classes
- Fintech and Marketplace Lending
- Motor Vehicle Loans, Leases, and Floorplan Receivables
- Oil and Gas and Utilities Receivables
- Student Loans and Education Finance
- Trade Receivables
- Transportation Assets
CFA Institute, 2012
University of British Columbia, LL.B., 2006
Simon Fraser University, BaSc, Systems Design Engineering, 2002
- Co-Author, "Dodd–Frank Swaps Clearing Requirement and Possible Impact on Securitization Transactions", The Journal of Structured Finance, Summer 2013.
- Co-Author, "Peer-to-Peer Lending: A Summary of the Principal Legal & Regulatory Issues", VCExperts.com, June 2013