John P. Hammond represents financial institutions, agent banks, public and private company borrowers, and private equity sponsors in all types of secured and unsecured debt financings, including asset-based lending, acquisition financings, health care financings, cross-border financings, employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) financings, capital call liquidity facilities, senior subordinated debt and mezzanine transactions.
John participates in the negotiation and documentation of International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) Master Agreements as well as collateral agreements. He also assists insurance companies, hedge funds and other clients in the documentation of structured finance transactions and synthetic investments using derivatives.
In addition, John is a member of the Firm’s Pro Bono Committee.
Represented private equity groups and their portfolio companies in connection with negotiation of debt commitment letters for the purposes of funding acquisitions, including senior secured credit facilities, secured second-lien credit facilities, unitranche facilities and mezzanine debt facilities
Represented a leading diversified industrial company in its $900 million senior secured revolving and term loan credit facilities and its $300 million registered senior notes
Represented the administrative agent and arranger in a $320 million senior secured syndicated credit facility to the nation’s largest independent specialty pharmacy
Represented private equity sponsors and their medical practice management organization portfolio companies in acquisition financings, leveraged dividend recapitalizations and refinancings ranging from $11 million to more than $250 million
Represented a public company in a call spread option hedge transaction in connection with a convertible notes issuance
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