To realize the most value from your capital, you need more than a good set of deal documents. You need lawyers with a 360º perspective.
Brown Rudnick’s team of seasoned finance lawyers create value for our clients through their skill at putting together and taking apart a wide range of complex financings. We represent financial institutions and funds as lenders, participants and secondary market, distressed debt purchasers and companies as borrowers or issuers in senior secured loans, mezzanine and junior lien financings, public and 144A bond issuances, cross-border transactions and asset-backed, CMBS and other structured finance transactions involving a broad variety of assets and types of business and capital market transactions. Because of their cross-training, many of our lawyers are adept at helping our clients both with documentation and structuring transactions on the front end and restructuring them or otherwise recovering their capital on the back end.
Our 360º perspective enables us to focus in on what is truly important in the documentation and structuring phase and to leverage Brown Rudnick’s well-recognized strengths as litigation and restructuring powerhouse to devise creative and aggressive solutions which maximize our clients return in distress situations. We are known for our "creative tenacity" which produces superior results for our clients in restructurings and intercreditor and other disputes regarding the terms of indentures and other financial instruments.
We routinely provide the following services to our clients across the globe in connection with transactions involving senior secured debt, mezzanine and other junior secured financings, high yield and convertible bonds and CMBS and other structured finance and securitized products:
- Original and follow-on documentation
- Transaction structuring
- 144A high yield and convertible offerings, syndicated credit agreements and participations
- Leveraged buyout financing
- Securitizations and other structured transactions
- Collection and restructuring of complex financings
- Creditors’ rights
- Debtor-in-Possession financing
- Credit reviews
- Analysis of rights and potential causes of action
- Cross-border transactions
- Tax-driven transactions
- Intercreditor and other financial disputes