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Daniel G. Murray

Daniel G. Murray is a partner in the Princeton office of Pepper Hamilton LLP.

Mr. Murray concentrates his practice on mortgage banking, consumer finance and banking law, with an emphasis on:

  • all aspects of representation of community banks
  • financial institution regulatory, compliance and licensing issues, including “lookback” reviews
  • warehouse lending and mortgage finance
  • secondary mortgage market transactions, including the sale and purchase of mortgage loan portfolios and servicing rights
  • loan documentation, including state and federal disclosures
  • outsourcing agreements
  • various aspects of securitization of mortgage loans
  • commercial paper programs.

Representative Transactions:

  • represented buyers (lenders) in repurchase agreements for approximately $2 billion in residential and multifamily loan warehouse financing
  • represented sellers (borrowers) in repurchase agreements for approximately $2 billion in residential mortgage loan warehouse financing
  • represented the issuer in a $10 billion commercial paper facility secured by mortgage-backed securities
  • represented the issuer in a $3.5 billion commercial paper facility secured by whole mortgage loans
  • represented numerous community banks in their charter applications and hearings, and initial public offerings of securities and secondary offerings of securities
  • represented buyers and sellers in the purchase in the secondary mortgage market of tens of billions of dollars of residential mortgage loan pools
  • represented mortgage loan originators and servicers on a loan “lookback” reviews for regulatory compliance
  • represented private equity firm on change in control approvals related to acquisition of financial services companies
  • represented a bankruptcy estate in the sale of the servicing rights to residential mortgage loans with an approximate outstanding principal balance of $11 billion.

Mr. Murray frequently speaks and writes articles on banking and mortgage banking issues.

Mr. Murray is the co-author of “Non-Traditional Mortgage Products: Does Your Financial Institution’s Policy Pass Muster?,” a chapter in Mortgage Developments 2007: Answers to Your Top Questions, published by Sheshunoff Information Services.

Mr. Murray is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and is a member of the Mercer County, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations. He is a member of the Mortgage Bankers Association, Banking Section, The Mortgage Bankers Association of New Jersey and New Jersey Bar Association.

B.S. 1983 Pennsylvania State University
J.D. 1993, with honors, Rutgers University School of Law

Hon. John J. Hughes, U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey

Bar Admissions
Admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania

Daniel G. Murray
Phone: 609.951.4202
Fax: 609.452.1147
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Practice Area(s)
Commercial Financial Services
Consumer Financial Services

Corporate and Securities
Financial Services

Marketplace Lending
Mortgage Banking

Securitizations and Structured Finance


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