As many lenders and borrowers have learned (or re-learned) in recent times, understanding and developing an effective financing program are skills that are critical to our clients’ success.

Kilpatrick Townsend’s Leveraged Finance attorneys actively represent traditional and non-traditional lenders in syndicated and non-syndicated financings for mid-cap and large-cap borrowers. Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys handle a wide variety of financing transactions, including cash flow loans, asset based loans, second lien loan transactions, mezzanine debt transactions, letter of credit facilities, asset securitizations, interest rate hedge transactions and international lending transactions.

Leveraged Finance attorneys have represented major financial institutions as agents, arrangers and lenders, assisting them in creating and structuring a wide range of financial products to better serve the capital needs of their borrowers. The breadth of our financing experience is complemented by our work on industry-focused financings, spanning industries as diverse as healthcare, media and communications, manufacturing and transportation, timberland, and forest and building products industries.

Leveraged Finance

Experience Highlights

$375M syndicated multi-currency revolving credit facility for publicly held contract staffing firm
Representation of lead agent and lender in connection with $375 million syndicated multi-currency revolving credit facility provided to a publicly more
Syndicated senior secured revolving credit facility for regional coal producer
Representation of publicly held leading regional coal producer, as borrower, in connection with $100 million syndicated senior secured revolving more
Securities, M&A and Tax for James River Coal Co.
Represented James River Coal, an Appalachian coal mining company headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, in its efforts to raise capital for improving more
Multifaceted debt refinancing transaction for Interface Inc.
Represented Interface Inc., a worldwide leader in the design, production and sales of modular carpet, in its approximately $300 million public debt more

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