Syndicated and Leveraged Finance

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Our global Syndicated and Leveraged Finance team is dedicated to supporting domestic and international financial institutions and other businesses in structuring and negotiating market-leading commercial lending transactions. Such financings include:

  • Aircraft and equipment financings
  • Asset-based loans
  • Cross-border financings
  • Commercial paper back-up facilities
  • Debtor-in-possession and plan confirmation exit financings
  • ESOP loans
  • Import-export transactions
  • Interest rate swaps, caps and collar transactions
  • Leveraged acquisition and recapitalization financings
  • Letter of credit facilities
  • Mezzanine and second-lien financings
  • Tender offer financings
  • Project financings and leveraged leases
  • Regulated industry financings
  • Research and development financings
  • Spin-off financings
  • Sponsor-led financings
  • Venture loan and lease financings
  • Working capital and fixed asset financings and refinancings
  • Workouts and restructurings

Working with our experienced finance lawyers in our offices around the world, we regularly represent agents, arrangers, lenders and participants in cross-border financings, including structuring foreign collateral arrangements, and single-currency and multicurrency facilities. Our practice involves a broad range of issues arising out of unsecured and secured financial transactions, from the origination of credits through work-outs and restructurings, including:

  • Bankruptcy buyouts and post-confirmation exit financings
  • Collateral agency and collateral trust structures
  • Debt-for-equity exchange transactions
  • Debt subordination
  • Equity enhancement of debt financings
  • Intercreditor issues
  • Securities law issues
  • Tax issues
  • Unusual collateral types

Our global Syndicated and Leveraged

Finance team is dedicated to supporting domestic and international financial institutions and other businesses in structuring and negotiating market-leading commercial lending transactions. Such financings include:

  • Aircraft and equipment financings
  • Asset-based loans
  • Cross-border financings
  • Commercial paper back-up facilities
  • Debtor-in-possession and plan confirmation exit financings
  • ESOP loans
  • Import-export transactions
  • Interest rate swaps, caps and collar transactions
  • Leveraged acquisition and recapitalization financings
  • Letter of credit facilities
  • Mezzanine and second-lien financings
  • Tender offer financings
  • Project financings and leveraged leases
  • Regulated industry financings
  • Research and development financings
  • Spin-off financings
  • Sponsor-led financings
  • Venture loan and lease financings
  • Working capital and fixed asset financings and refinancings
  • Workouts and restructurings

Working with our experienced finance lawyers in our offices around the world, we regularly represent agents, arrangers, lenders and participants in cross-border financings, including structuring foreign collateral arrangements, and single-currency and multicurrency facilities. Our practice involves a broad range of issues arising out of unsecured and secured financial transactions, from the origination of credits through work-outs and restructurings, including:

  • Bankruptcy buyouts and post-confirmation exit financings
  • Collateral agency and collateral trust structures
  • Debt-for-equity exchange transactions
  • Debt subordination
  • Equity enhancement of debt financings
  • Intercreditor issues
  • Securities law issues
  • Tax issues
  • Unusual collateral types

Sidley Updates

    November 25, 2014

Source: www.sidley.com

Category: Forex

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