David Thatch is an expert in esoteric/whole business securitization and rental car securitization with extensive global commercial debt markets experience. He takes pleasure in working closely with corporate issuers to address their unique business problems, then transforms those needs into securitization opportunities.
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Early Life and Education
David Thatch overcame a difficult childhood to become an accomplished author. He worked hard and studied hard during college, eventually writing books about World War II and other subjects.
Fire in the Thatch is a Golden Age mystery set in rural Devon during World War 2. It features an intriguing cast of characters (many of whom are shadowy), an immersive sense of place and superb writing style. While I enjoyed reading Fire in the Thatch’s plotline, what truly captured my attention was its depiction of farming community’s love for land and traditional customs. Overall, it was an enjoyable read and I’m delighted to have discovered Georgia author’s work – I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for more of her books in future!
David Thatch is a structured finance specialist who advises arrangers, sponsors and corporate issuers in the esoteric/whole business securitization, rental car securitization and CLO markets globally. With extensive expertise of this market’s unique challenges – such as asset isolation or bankruptcy risk limiting – David provides creative yet practical solutions for his clients.
He provides clients with complex financings through his role as regional section head of the Americas capital markets section at White & Case. He specializes in domestic and cross-border regulatory matters. Furthermore, he engages in pro bono work and endowment projects, especially for not-for-profit organizations. Furthermore, he has served on the boards of Freestore Foodbank in Cincinnati and Feeding America network of food banks.
Achievements and Honors
David is a credit specialist with an unwavering dedication to client service. He’s known for his capacity for solving complex problems and going the extra mile, consistently delivering results that surpass expectations. Combining his extensive expertise with innovation, David helps clients navigate the securitization landscape. David excels at assisting arrangers, sponsors, corporate issuers and investors with more esoteric or non-traditional securitizations such as whole business or rental car deals.
Some of the more prestigious accolades include being inducted into the Honor Council, receiving an Order of Barristers diploma, and being included on a list of top attorneys at the State Law School. Furthermore, students were honored with The Gambrell award – given to those who demonstrate professionalism, public service, and above all else, dedication to honing their legal skills through Legal Practice.
David Thatch, best known for his role as Milo in Disney’s Atlantis, has a dark sense of humor which often leaves his adversaries horrified. He tends to keep things quiet and reserved; only speaking when necessary.
He stands at 5’11” with an athletic build and weighs in at around 170lbs. His medium length Auburn hair complements his green eyes perfectly.
He has extensive experience in the securitization industry, particularly esoteric and event-driven work. He was instrumental in several complex financings such as Hertz bankruptcy where he led its restructuring. Furthermore, his deep understanding of corporate issuers’ business needs has allowed him to translate those concerns into securitization opportunities.
As an actor, David Thatch earns a lot of money from his movie and TV roles. However, he keeps his personal life low-key on social media platforms and keeps it private. He is unmarried and has no children. Estimates place his net worth at $3 million as of 2019, having worked in multiple shows and movies including Godfather of Harlem as part of its cast.
Nigel Thatch was born into a mixed ethnicity family in St. Louis, Missouri at age 42 and under the sign of Leo. He began acting at 20 and has maintained an impressive physique while remaining active within the entertainment industry today. Nigel Thatch boasts an attractive physique with dark hair and eyes – perfect for his Leo zodiac sign!