Stephanie S. McCann focuses her practice on corporate finance. She represents private equity groups, commercial lending institutions and major public and private companies in connection with the structuring, negotiation and documentation of secured and unsecured financing transactions, including senior, mezzanine and subordinated debt transactions, acquisition financings, loan workouts and restructurings. Stephanie is a current member of McDermott’s Executive and Management Committees.
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, bridge debt facilities and mezzanine debt facilities
Represented a private equity group in connection with $1.7 billion senior secured term loan and asset-based loan facilities for the acquisition of a national department store retailer
Represented a leading distributor of building products in connection with a $1.25 billion senior secured term loan facility, a $850 million senior secured asset-based loan facility and a $350 million senior notes offering
Represented a leading supplier of sensors and controls in connection with a $1.1 billion senior secured term loan facility, a $700 million senior notes offering and a $350 million senior secured multi-currency revolving credit facility
Represented a private equity firm in connection with $865 million and €600 million senior secured credit facilities for the acquisition of a global laboratory supply distributor
Represented investors in connection with $470 million secured first-lien credit facilities and a $130 million secured second-lien term loan facility for the acquisition of an iconic American brewing company
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