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In the highly competitive world of commercial finance, Kilpatrick Townsend ’s team brings extensive experience in representing banks and other commercial lenders and borrowers in complex transactions, debt restructurings, and workouts. We maintain a strong understanding of our clients' businesses and the industries in which they operate, including agriculture, energy, food and beverage, gaming, health care, manufacturing, media and telecommunications, mining, real estate, retail, and transportation.
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We are involved in loans at all stages of a company’s development and have experience with a broad range of commercial finance vehicles, including:
- Asset-Based Lending
- Syndicated Lending
- Mezzanine Lending
- First Lien & Second Lien Financings
- Real Estate Lending
- SBIC Financings
- Dividend Recapitalization Financings
- Equipment Leasing
- Letters of Credit
- Asset Securitizations
- Acquisition Financings
- Bridge Loan Facilities
- Note Purchase Transactions
Our team members also have vast experience handling public and private offerings of debt and equity securities, including representing companies and investment banking firms in initial and follow-on public offerings of equity and debt and in Rule 144A and traditional private placement transactions.
Commercial finance attorneys on our team work closely with our Native American Affairs Practice Group in helping tribal governments overcome the unique challenges they face in accessing capital and credit. We represent tribes in financing transactions, including gaming facilities and tax-exempt financings, employing innovative approaches to provide safe and secure means to fund projects.
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