Christopher Rosenbleeth represents lenders and borrowers in commercial finance transactions and commercial real estate finance transactions. He also represents the firm’s clients in general corporate and real estate matters. Specifically, Mr. Rosenbleeth has represented:
- a senior agent and lender in an $85 million senior secured credit facility in connection with a private equity fund’s leveraged buyout of a food distribution business
- a senior lender in a $17 million secured credit facility in connection with a private equity fund’s leveraged buyout of a circuit board manufacturer
- a public company in a $125 million senior secured credit facility, involving both domestic and foreign entities and currencies, and a $125 million private debt placement and shelf facility
- a national bank in a $30 million exit financing, including a complex inter-creditor structure and a total debt structure exceeding $250 million
- several large mutual fund complexes – including open-end and closed-end investment companies – in unsecured credit facilities totaling over $150 billion, including obtaining SEC no-action relief for new structures
- a nationally recognized commercial finance company as agent in a syndicated $85 million credit facility involving domestic and foreign borrowers
- lenders and borrowers in commercial real estate, acquisition, development and construction finance transactions totaling more than $400 million
Mr. Rosenbleeth has published several articles and given lectures on a range of topics including negotiation of loan documents, junior/senior participation agreements and “single asset real estate” debtors under the bankruptcy code.
Mr. Rosenbleeth is active in the community. He recently was named to the Board of Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools (BLOCS). He is a past president of the Executive Committee of the Friends of LaSalle Academy – an organization dedicated to fundraising and “friend-raising” for LaSalle Academy, an independent mission school in North Philadelphia. Additionally, he has served on the Event Committee for the Young Leaders of Project H.O.M.E.
Chris and his wife live in Cherry Hill, N.J.