Dick M. Okada focuses his practice on the representation of lenders, borrowers or other parties involved in commercial loan transactions, debt restructurings and transactions involving Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.
Dick has represented major financial institutions acting as agents or lenders, and privately held or family-owned funds or businesses, in connection with senior or subordinated secured credit facilities, equipment lessors, factoring companies, venture investors and manufacturing companies and other trade creditors in the structuring and documentation of new transactions, the restructuring of existing transactions (in Chapter 11 and out-of-court) and the enforcement of their rights. He also has extensive experience dealing with the financing of major retail inventory liquidations, as well as the financing of factoring or asset-based lending businesses.
Represented an agent in connection with a $300 million revolving credit facility secured by a portfolio of venture finance loans made by the borrower to clients in various emerging industries
Represented an agent in connection with a $175 million revolving credit facility secured by a portfolio of asset-based loans made by the borrower to clients in the health care industry
Represented a private client as a borrower in connection with a $150 million revolving credit facility secured by the borrower’s interests in hedge funds, investment partnerships or other investment funds
Represented a private client as a borrower in connection with a $150 million revolving credit facility secured by the borrower’s interests in hedge funds and private equity funds
Represented an operator of marine terminal as a borrower in connection with a $37.5 million term loan and a $5 million revolving credit facility secured by the borrower’s real estate and personal property assets
Represented a private equity fund as the borrower in connection with an acquisition loan to acquire assets of a manufacturing company
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