Corporate Law: Asset Finance & Securitization
Caserta & Spiriti’s expanding financing and secured transactions practice includes the representation of both borrowers and lenders in a wide variety of transactions. Caserta & Spiriti lawyers, who represent borrowers and lenders are generally also active in the Firm’s private equity and leveraged buyout practice, as well as its workout and restructuring practice, representing, depending on the transaction, equity investors, buyout sponsors, and borrowers, among others. This broader experience exposes Caserta Spiriti lawyers to the full spectrum of the legal and business considerations that shape complex financing and business combination transactions.
Financing and Secured Transactions
Our experience in the Financing and Secured Transactions Practice includes the structuring, negotiation and documentation of acquisition loans, LBO and mezzanine financings, term and revolving credit facilities, working capital loans, mortgage warehousing loans, senior and subordinated debt instruments, project financing, asset securitization transactions and real estate financing transactions. These matters include single bank and multiple bank facilities, syndicated loans, first and second lien facilities, bank agency issues, and letters of credit. Our work also regularly includes the representation of clients engaged in a variety of lease financing arrangements, including capital lease programs, leveraged leases and synthetic leases.
We also have extensive experience in negotiating intercreditor agreements, subordination agreements and security documents and in the creation and perfection of liens and security interests in all manner of collateral under the Uniform Commercial Code and other applicable state and federal laws governing secured transactions (including security interests in intellectual property, in non-UCC collateral and in aircraft, ships and other collateral governed by federal law).