David L. Mathus represents financial institutions, private investors, large private enterprises and their owners. He advises clients on finance, corporate governance and transactional matters, including project finance, direct and private equity investments, securities offerings, joint ventures, structured finance and acquisitions. He is co-head of the New York office’s Transactions Practice Group.
Counsel to a global financial institution group on US alternative energy investments (including wind, residential and commercial solar project/funds and utility-scale fuel cell systems)
Counsel to global financial institutions on structured transactions
Counsel on the sale of majority position in an EU company by a US fund
Counsel on the establishment and operation of domestic and cross-border joint ventures in shipping, energy and other fields
Counsel to family office/LP investors in connection with private equity, venture capital and fund investments and disputes
Counsel for China Mining Partners (joint venture between US fund and Asian-based commodities and investment firm) in connection with investment in unlisted shares of Chinese mining firm and subsequent sale of listed ‘A’ shares (Shanghai Stock Exchange)
The Union League Club, New York City, president and chairman of the board of governors (2013 to 2015); chairman, Strategic Planning Committee (2012 to 2013); chairman, Committee on Public Affairs (2011 to 2012)
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