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Our lawyers help institutional lenders and investors structure, negotiate, and close financial transactions of many different kinds and virtually all sizes, including private placements, secured and unsecured credit facilities, receivable-backed and other asset-based and structured finance transactions, lease transactions, real estate financings, and project and acquisition financings.
Our finance practice is extremely diverse, representing lenders in a continually evolving array of credit products and services. Credit arrangements include secured and unsecured loans, letter of credit facilities, revolving credit and term loans (including tranche B facilities), multi-borrower facilities, and DIP and cash-collateral facilities. Transactions range from small single-lender loans to large syndicated financings. We represent regional and national banks and their affiliates in credit transactions ranging from $5 million to more than $1 billion to borrowers in numerous industries and markets. We have particular experience in loans to or involving manufacturing companies, transportation companies (including the rail, container leasing and maritime sectors), mutual funds, insurance companies and other financial services companies, utilities and other energy-related businesses, healthcare companies, and intellectual property companies.
Day Pitney offers a large and diverse state, state agency and local government finance practice, covering all aspects of the public sector. We were the Lead Bond and Disclosure Counsel for the State of Connecticut’s largest bond issue, a $2.2 billion pension obligation bond issue, and have represented local governments in transactions of under $100,000.