28 October 2015 - Article
Represented specialty chemical company, in connection with its $750 million unsecured revolving credit facility.
Represented graphite material science company, in connection with its private offering of $300 million Senior Notes.
Represented specialty chemical company, in connection with its public offering of $350 million Senior Notes.
Represented specialty chemical company, in connection with its $750 million commercial paper program.
Represented lenders in the refinancing and restructuring of $200 million of a pulp facility.
Represented lenders in the project financing of a $500 million newsprint facility and a $750 million pulp facility.
Represented a graphite materials science company in multiple cross-border secured financings ranging in size from $400 million to $570 million.
Represented a logistics company, owned principally by private equity, in multiple secured credit agreement financings of bolt-on acquisitions.
Represented a SPAC in its acquisition financing (both a secured revolving facility and second lien 144A notes) of a steel processor and represented the company in its subsequent restructuring and bankruptcy, including its DIP financing and sale in 363 sale.
Represented graphite material science company, in connection with its acquisition of a petroleum needle-coke producer for approximately $850 million and a material sciences company for approximately $400 million.
Represented a telecommunications equipment manufacturer providing customer financing for the construction of telecom fiber networks in Mexico and other Latin American countries.
Represented a US graphite material science company in the sale of its majority stake in a French joint venture to the minority partner.
Represented unsecured creditor committees in a variety of bankruptcy cases in regards to lien reviews and credit issues.
Represented investment bank as the provider of bridge financing in several leveraged buy-outs and the subsequent high yield bond offerings.
Represented export credit agencies in the $2.4 billion financing of an LNG facility in Qatar.
Represented an export credit agency in the financing of an ammonia facility in Trinidad and Tobago.
Represented an export credit agency in the financing of a debottlenecking of a petrochemical refinery in Indonesia.
Represented a syndicate of noteholders in successive restructurings of the indebtedness of the largest electrical distribution company in Latin America.
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