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WASHINGTON � Douglas Ochs Adler, lead counsel for the Export-Import Bank of the United States, has joined Chicago’s Vedder, Price, Kaufman & Kammholz as a member of the firm’s equipment finance group in its Washington office. At the Export-Import Bank, Adler provided legal advice to loan officers in the financing of large aircraft as well as complex project finance transactions and was also instrumental in the development of derivative products for use in a wide range of financing structures. In the last five years, he supervised the structuring and closing of many of the more than $20 billion of aircraft financings supported by Ex-Im Bank. This includes the largest hard currency deal to take place in Pakistan ($1.4 billion order for Boeing aircraft by its flag carrier PIA). Adler has significant expertise, both in the U.S. and abroad, in the areas of project and structured finance, as well as in the aviation and maritime sectors. He was the liaison in the Office of General Counsel to Ex-Im Bank’s transportation division and was responsible for business development of sea and airport projects. He was the coordinator for the agency’s Task Force on Aviation Insurance Issues established immediately following the events of September 11, 2001, and represented Ex-Im Bank on the project finance committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. “Our D.C. office is in an exciting stage of growth” stated Dean N. Gerber, chair of the firm’s international equipment finance group, “which is indicative of the wealth of experience that Doug brings to Vedder Price. His varied experience and skill set in domestic and international project and structured finance provide a unique resource for our clients and our equipment finance group.” Prior to entering government service, Adler represented an international joint venture in the design, construction and operation of a modern container terminal in the port of Karachi. The project was financed with several currencies, including an Islamic-law compliant Pakistan Rupee component. Adler is a graduate of Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law.

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