Leveraged finance terms have evolved in recent years to give borrowers significantly more flexibility than even before the financial crisis. In recent restructuring and workout situations, borrowers have tried to use that flexibility to improve their position relative to the existing lender group. This webinar discusses some of those recent cases and how the borrowers were able to exploit weaknesses in their debt documents and will provide examples of other weaknesses to look out for.
Lewis Grimm is a partner at Jones Day. He has substantial experience in New York and Australia representing financial institutions and other entities in debt financing matters, including the representation… Read More
Erika L. Weinberg is a partner in the New York office. Ms. Weinberg’s practice focuses primarily on corporate finance and general securities and corporate matters. Ms. Weinberg has substantial experience representing… Read More