Finance & Restructuring


Skill and creativity are required to address the many financial challenges that arise during a financing or restructuring transaction.

The Stradley Ronon finance & restructuring practice is experienced at providing sophisticated, high-quality, cost-effective counsel to senior and subordinate debt capital providers, including:

  • national, regional and local banks
  • savings and loan associations
  • commercial finance companies
  • private credit funds 
  • hedge funds

Many of our engagements involve complex structures, such as intercreditor and subordination arrangements among holders of senior and junior liens, senior and junior debt, and preferred and other equity components. Working closely with our clients to identify business and legal pitfalls, we help them devise and implement creative and practical restructuring solutions.

Integrated, Seamless Service
Comprised of transactional, restructuring and financial litigation attorneys, our finance & restructuring team takes an integrated approach, offering strategic advice on a wide variety of complex financial transactions, restructurings and other financial matters. We work collaboratively with the other practices within the firm, offering extensive experience with our clients’ various products and services, including equity swap and other derivative products. We also engage our bankruptcy, workout & creditor’s rights, and litigation practice attorneys when needed to ensure that our clients have cohesive, seamless counsel throughout the life cycle of their financing transactions.

Our deep bench of finance & restructuring professionals enables us to appropriately staff matters based on the skill level required to deliver the highest quality service within our clients’ budgets.

Stradley Ronon finance & restructuring attorneys assist and represent clients in structuring, negotiating, documenting and restructuring numerous types of financing transactions, including:

  • asset-based loans
  • cash-flow financings
  • leveraged financings
  • mezzanine loans
  • middle-market loans
  • real estate loans
  • second liens
  • unitranche loans

Our representations often include negotiating relationships among the parties within the same level of the capital structure, including agents/lenders in syndicated financings, agreements among lenders in unitranche deals and lead/participants in participated transactions.




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