New York, NY – Anderson Kill is pleased to announce that Jay L. Taylor has joined the firm as a shareholder in New York and chair of the firm’s Corporate and Finance Group.
With extensive experience in a diverse range of complex financial and corporate transactions, Jay brings a wealth of knowledge to the firm. His practice primarily focuses on corporate and financial structuring, encompassing capital markets, swaps and derivatives, exempt securities offerings, private investment funds, and various intricate business and financial transactions.
In addition to his experience in the corporate and finance realm, Jay has established himself as a trusted advisor to startups, particularly in the technology sector, including those involved in blockchain solutions and offering a wide array of goods and services. Moreover, Jay represents a portfolio of clients in the entertainment industry, specifically music and film, as well as high-profile non-profit organizations dedicated to social justice and equity advocacy.
Prior to joining Anderson Kill, Jay held positions as a vice president and legal officer at global investment banks, where he adeptly structured financial transactions from a dealer perspective. He has also served at international law firms, spearheading pivotal transactions for some of the world’s largest private funds and corporate entities. Throughout his career, Jay has provided comprehensive guidance to technology and service startups, recognizing the importance of offering tailored advice to foster their growth and success.
Jay’s practice philosophy centers around a meticulous legal risk management approach, pursuing 360-degree protection for each client representation and request. By identifying legal risk factors, communicating them effectively, and implementing maximum legal protections where necessary, Jay ensures his clients receive the utmost care and attention. With nearly three decades of experience in complex transactions, including the review and documentation of financial transactions across various asset classes, such as commodities, equities, and debt instruments, Jay brings a unique perspective to Anderson Kill.
Robert M. Horkovich, Anderson Kill’s managing shareholder, stated, “Jay’s investment banking background and extensive experience in complex financial structuring and risk management will greatly enhance Anderson Kill’s ability to meet the diverse transactional needs of our clients. We are delighted to have Jay as part of our team.”
Anderson Kill is a full-service law firm best known for its work in insurance recovery for policyholders. Based in New York City, the firm has offices in Washington, DC, Newark, NJ, Philadelphia, PA, Stamford, CT, Denver, CO, Boston, MA, and Los Angeles, CA