Haynes and Boone Adds Neal Kaminsky to Houston Finance Practice


Haynes and Boone, LLP proudly welcomes Neal Kaminsky as a partner in the firm’s Finance Practice, where he will focus on a wide variety of financial transactions.

Neal is an experienced finance lawyer who takes a practical and results-oriented approach to negotiating and closing various types of financial transactions, including commercial lending, energy and real estate. His practice includes representing domestic and foreign financial institutions, other lenders and borrowers in bilateral and syndicated financings involving unsecured and secured first lien, second lien and other subordinated debt transactions.

He has closed financial transactions involving commercial lending, asset-based lending, energy lending, real estate lending, and the private bank lending markets. Neal has a deep understanding of advising, negotiating and documenting several phases of the lending transaction, from the front-end to loan restructuring, workout and foreclosure.

“The firm is very happy to have Neal join our group,” said Scott Night, head of the firm’s Finance Section. “We already share a number of client relationships, and the addition of Neal’s extensive experience will significantly bolster our diverse banking and finance practice.”

The Haynes and Boone Finance Group structures a wide range of financing vehicles that fit the business needs of our clients. We bring together lenders and borrowers to make deals. Firm lawyers are recognized for their successful work for large institutional lenders such as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Wells Fargo, Citibank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation and Comerica Bank, as well as their work with domestic and foreign borrowers, regional banks and other financial institutions, investment banks, non-bank credit companies, vendors, financial sponsors, private equity funds, hedge funds, venture capital funds and other investment funds.


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