Cadwalader promotes insurance-linked securities attorney to Partner

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Lawfirm Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP has promoted to Partner an attorney who has been involved in the firms work in the insurance-linked securities (ILS), catastrophe bond and reinsurance arena.

Shlomo Boehm works across a number of areas of federal income tax, particularly on securitization transactions and including having experience in federal tax issues across insurance-linked securities, catastrophe bonds and the structuring of investment funds.

Cadwalader has promoted Mr. Boehm to Partner at the lawfirm adding another to the firm with ILS and cat bond legal experience as a specialism.

Four other attorneys have also been promoted to Partner at the firm, but Mr. Boehm is the only new Cadwalader Partner with a specialism in ILS and cat bond law.

“I am extremely pleased that these five talented attorneys have been elected to the firm’s partnership,” commented W. Christopher White, Chairman of Cadwalader. “Their collective expertise and experience spans a wide-range of practice areas and industries and has included work on numerous complex and high-profile matters. These individuals demonstrate the qualities we strive to develop in all of our attorneys – strong legal acumen and the ability to serve as trusted business advisors to our clients – and together they strengthen the sophisticated counsel we provide to our clients on their most important issues.”

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