Shulman Rogers team closes on $3 billion worth of loans, credit facilities and debt arrangements

By Matt Bergman, Business Financial Services Department, Shulman Rogers

The Business & Financial Services Department has documented, negotiated and closed more than $3 billion dollars worth of loans, credit facilities and debt arrangements. The attorneys specializing in finance, led by Matt Bergman, regularly represent lenders and borrowers in a broad array of financings, both secured and unsecured, for general working capital purposes, refinancing existing debt facilities or financing company buyouts, acquisitions and mergers. The finance group of the Business & Financial Services Department often represents the lead bank or administrative agent in syndicated loans or club deals, as well as participant lenders in multi-lender credit facilities and it is one of just a few practices in the country with significant experience in handling all aspects of financial accommodations for large and small government contractors, information technology (product and/or service) providers and communications companies. That being said, the finance group of the Business & Financial Services Department always welcomes the opportunity to represent any company or business (large or small) looking to obtain a loan, a letter of credit or financial accommodation of any type or nature, including, without limitation, real estate loans and real property secured transactions.

The finance group of the Business & Financial Services Department regularly documents and negotiates inter-creditor and subordination arrangements for both senior and subordinate credit providers of both secured and unsecured debt, and is well-versed in all aspects of Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC).

The finance group of the Business & Financial Services Department also works closely with the firm’s creditors’ rights attorneys in documenting, negotiating and consummating workouts, forbearance arrangements and debt restructures. Recently, Mr. Bergman served as the lead counsel in a $1 billion dollar debt restructure on behalf of a publicly traded business development company, as well as the subsequent refinancing of that restructured debt facility 6 months later.

mbergman@shulmanrogers.com

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