Kyle D. Bady

Counsel

kbady@stradley.com

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Overview

Kyle Bady focuses his practice on banking finance and provides counsel to a variety of institutions regarding finance matters. His experience includes representing public and private companies in corporate transactions, including acquisition financings, restructurings, recapitalizations and asset-based financings.

Prior to joining Stradley, Kyle was an associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP, where he represented corporations, sponsors, financial institutions, banks and funds across a range of corporate finance matters.

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Representative Matters

Kyle’s experience includes the representation of:*

  • a national bank, as administrative agent and lender, in connection with a $4.5 billion, investment grade, delayed draw term loan facility to a large telecommunication company for a strategic acquisition
  • a national bank, as administrative agent and lender, and a syndicate of lenders, in connection with $560 million secured credit facilities (including a cash flow revolver and first lien term loan) provided to a consortium of sponsors in connection with the acquisition of a prescription drug services company
  • an international, retail clothing brand conglomerate, including certain of its domestic and foreign subsidiaries, as borrowers under a $2.5 billion global revolving credit facility
  • a national bank, as administrative agent and lender, and a syndicate of lenders, in connection with $540 million secured credit facilities (including an asset based lender revolver, first lien term loan and second lien term loan) provided to a family-office sponsor in connection with the acquisition of plastics container company
  • several national banks in connection with regulatory requirements under the Dodd-Frank Act
  • a national bank as potential lead arranger, administrative agent and lender in connection with $15 billion secured credit facilities provided to a top-tier sponsor in connection with the acquisition of a virtual gaming business
  • the first lien secured creditors of an aluminum manufacturing and processing company in connection with an out-of-court restructuring, in which the exchanging creditors received new term loans of approximately $136.5 million along with new preferred stock with an initial liquidation preference of approximately $38 million, convertible into 95% of the reorganized debtor’s common stock and 60% of the pre-conversion common stock of the reorganized debtor
  • an investment grade, Fortune 500 automotive company in connection with a $13.4 billion unsecured revolving credit facility
  • an investment grade technology company in connection with a $2.5 billion five year-unsecured revolving credit facility provided by a national bank and a syndicate of lender

*Includes certain representations prior to joining Stradley Ronon.

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Credentials

Bar Admissions
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
Education
  • J.D., Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law
  • B.A., summa cum laude, Temple University
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