Jeremy Buday focuses his practice in the areas of structured finance and securitization. He represents a diverse range of clients, including financial institutions, issuers, underwriters, lenders, asset managers, and other capital markets participants in a broad range of transactions. Jeremy’s practice also encompasses whole loan trading transactions, servicing agreements, resecuritizations of financial assets and receivables, and multifamily and commercial loan transactions for the US Small Business Administration, Ginnie Mae, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac.
While in law school, Jeremy worked as a legal intern at the US Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, DC through the agency’s Honors Program, and as an in-house legal intern at a Fortune 50 company in New York. He also served as the head of finance for The George Washington University Law School Student Bar Association and as a senior content editor for the Forum of Law, Economics, and Finance. Prior to law school, Jeremy worked and as an in-house legal intern at a Fortune 200 company in Dubai. He has also spent a significant amount of time overseas, mainly throughout Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.
The George Washington University Law School, 2016, J.D.