Lender Representation

The Restructuring Group has substantial experience representing traditional financial institutions in syndicated credits, club deals, and single-bank loans. In these credits, we routinely represent banks in their various lender capacities, including administrative agent, syndicate member, steering committee member, participant bank, and treasury management bank. In addition to our traditional bank representations, we also have substantial experience representing second lien lenders, asset-based lenders, mezzanine lenders, private equity lenders, bondholders, National Portfolio, CMBS and CDO loan servicers, indenture trustees, and virtually all other types of lenders and secured creditors. In all of these representations, our experience and deep bench of dedicated restructuring lawyers allows us to lead clients through complex issues concerning cash collateral, debtor-in-possession financing, inter-creditor agreements, cash management structures, asset sales, Chapter 11 plans, Article 9 sales, and all other aspects of financial restructurings.

Our Restructuring practice has documented and negotiated virtually every kind of loan restructuring including:

  • Term Loans
  • Revolving Loans
  • Construction Loans
  • Permanent Loans
  • Wraparound Loans
  • Bond and Public Financed Loans
  • Leasehold Loans
  • Equipment Loans
  • Participated, syndicated and club loans
  • DIP Loans
  • Reserved Based Loans and other commodity financing arrangements
  • Healthcare Financing
  • Real Estate Loans
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Richard Kanowitz Talks With Reuters About Executive Bonuses in Bankruptcy
August, 09 2021

Haynes and Boone, LLP Partner Richard Kanowtiz was quoted in a Reuters article about waning creditor opposition to bonuses for executives of bankrupt companies. Below is an excerpt: Earlier this year, some of Mallinckrodt's creditors balked at the prospect of rewarding top executives of the bankrupt pharmaceutical company with bonuses when management was facing accusations of misconduct. But the [...]