Find Lawyers in Raleigh, North Carolina for Commercial Finance Law
Tony Barwick regularly assists clients in successfully structuring, negotiating and completing a wide variety of complex transactional matters. His experience includes advising financial institutions and corporate clients in multiple industries related to their financings, joint ventures and complex real estate acquisitions and dispositions. Tony has a particular interest in representing hospitality companies in connection with their transactional needs, including the negotiation of licenses,...
William B. Gwyn, Jr., is a member of the firm’s corporate practice. Bill has over thirty years of experience counseling and serving clients in corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, private equity, international transactions, joint ventures, licensing and commercial transactions. His industry experience includes software, biotechnology, communications, electronics, financial institutions, agribusiness, distribution and manufacturing, among others. He has represented...
Commercial Finance Law Definition
Representative clients may include state, regional, and national banks; asset-based lenders; leasing companies; commercial finance companies; syndicated lenders; mezzanine lenders; investment funds; finance companies; institutional lenders; sellers; buyers; suppliers; manufacturers; distributors; retailers; shareholders; and competing creditors.
Areas of focus for commercial finance attorneys may include:
- Equipment, inventory, and receivables financing
- Real estate secured loans
- Lease financing
- Structured and leveraged financing
- Subordinated and mezzanine debt
- Syndicated credits
- Workouts and debt restructuring
- Lien creation and perfection
- Subordination agreements
- Equity participations
- Senior secured credit financing
- Subordinated debt and other mezzanine financing
- Loan sales and participation
- Swaps and other derivative products
- Letters of credit and other credit and liquidity support devices
- Enforcement and collection actions
- Security agreements
- Project financing
- Acquisition and development loans
- Debtor-in-possession financing
- Construction loans
- Venture capital
- Mezzanine financing/bridge loans
- Bond financing
- Bridge loans
- Uniform Commercial Code (Article 9)
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