• Represented administrative agent, left lead arranger and sole book manager for $1,050,000,000 syndicated multi-currency revolving and letter of credit facilities for engineering and construction firm.
  • Represented the administrative agent in connection with $80,000,000 secured asset-based credit facility for a Western wear retailer.
  • Represented the lender in providing $65,000,000 of revolving and term credit facilities for the leveraged recapitalization of a blue jeans designer and manufacturer.
  • Represented the administrative agent in connection with $55,000,000 working capital revolving and term credit facilities for a Montana-based long-haul trucking company.
  • Represented administrative agent on $120,000,000 revolving credit facility to finance the construction of a museum.
  • Represented administrative and left lead arranger for $100,000,000 syndicated revolving credit facility for a leading California-based e-tailer of consumer products.
  • Represented administrative agent for $75,000,000 syndicated senior secured working capital facility for one of the largest privately-owned trucking and freight carriers.
  • Represented administrative agent in providing a $75,000,000 revolving line of credit to a multi-line, multi-brand, publicly-traded toy company design, produce, market and distribute toys and related products worldwide. Financing featured a borrowing base consisting of U.S., Hong Kong and Canadian receivables, as well as landed and in-transit inventory, and presented significant licensing issues.
  • Represented administrative agent in providing $50,000,000 acquisition and working capital financing to large private equity group
  • Represented administrative agent and lead arranger in providing syndicated revolving line of credit to large national solar panel installers in the U.S.
  • Represented administrative agent in connection with the bankruptcy and section 363 asset sale of a public video game developer.
  • Represented large international bank in $18,200,000 financing of two land-based oil rigs that were first refurbished in Texas and then transported to Colorado and North Dakota. Financing involved complicated three-party agreements with operator and oil and gas lessor, and parties located in Asia and USA.