Deborah Low

Practices

Education and Clerkships

J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 2009

B.A., University of Pennsylvania, 2006, cum laude

Admissions

New York

Profile

Deborah Low is an associate in the Finance Practice Group in the New York office of Haynes and Boone, LLP. Her background is in representing foreign and domestic institutional lenders in various forms of secured and unsecured finance transactions including commodities and energy finance, subscription finance, syndicated lending, corporate finance, project finance, acquisition finance and cross-border export financing loan agreements. Deborah’s practice also includes alternative financing structures (including refinery inventory monetization transactions and private financing) and experience with energy industry form agreements such as ISDA and NAESB.

Client Focus

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Selected Client Representations

  • Represented agents in syndicated credit facilities secured by commodities inventory and receivables (including oil, natural gas, and ethanol) in the U.S., Latin America, Canada and Europe.
  • Represented private equity client in its acquisition of a refinery, product distribution terminals and 58 retail service stations utilizing mostly inventory monetization financing through a highly bespoke flash title structure; the transaction also included a term crude supply arrangement, complex tax and regulatory components, as well as franchising needs with respect to the retail side.
  • Represented hedge fund lender in project financing of solar energy facilities in Latin America.
  • Represented client in executing an inventory monetization transaction where client played the role of financier, supplier and offtaker to a Canadian refinery. 
  • Represented global banking institutions as administrative agent in multi-currency, multi-jurisdictional capital commitment subscription-secured credit facilities.
  • Represented administrative agent in syndicated credit facility providing for acquisition loans for the development of, and to be secured by, oil and gas terminals, and energy related infrastructure in the U.S. and Canada.
  • Represented a Brazilian borrower in a revolving import financing facility.
  • Represented Argentinean and Brazilian borrowers in numerous syndicated loan agreements secured by export receivables.
  • Represented a foreign bank in a series of receivables purchase agreements with numerous U.S. sellers.
  • Advised clients on numerous UCC issues including cross-jurisdictional concerns, title and credit support requirements.

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