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Carlton Fields Adds Structured Finance Securities Pro Troy W. Doll in New York

New York, NY – Former Kroll Bond Rating Agency Managing Director, Troy W. Doll, joined Carlton Fields’ New York office as a finance attorney. He is a member of the firm’s Real Estate and Commercial Finance practice group.

A 20-year veteran as a real estate attorney and banker in the commercial real estate finance sphere, Doll is experienced in managing large complex transactions, including workouts, restructurings, securitizations, syndications, and other structures. His expertise includes commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS), commercial real estate (CRE), subordinate debt, collateralized loan obligation (CLO) transactions, including the development of criteria for CRE CLO’s and non-traditional asset classes and securitizations. Doll understands the interplay of underwriting and CMBS issuances. He is also very familiar with the intricacies of financing for hotels and fractional interest properties. 

Doll began his legal career with law firms Blank Rome LLP and Dechert LLP before going in-house as corporate counsel with Marriott International, and following that, serving as director with Standard & Poor’s Rating Services and vice president of Lehman Brothers, Inc.

“Troy has a unique skill set that will directly support our commercial finance and real estate clients,” said Greg Null, chair of Carlton Fields’ Commercial Finance industry group. “His vast appreciation of both in-house and outside counsel roles allow him to have a laser-like focus on the business and legal issues that are key to our sophisticated clients’ needs.”

“I’m thrilled to return to private practice,” said Doll. “Carlton Fields’ real estate and commercial finance attorneys have particular expertise in handling sophisticated transactions throughout the country that involve every kind and type of real estate investment and most every structure imagined. This is a natural step for me and a natural fit for my practice.”

In 2018 (Spring and Summer semesters), Doll will serve as an adjunct professor at Fordham Real Estate Institute teaching real estate law.

He received his J.D. from Columbia University, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, and a member and production editor of the Columbia Business Law Review.  He received his B.S., cum laude, from New York University.

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