Mezzanine Financing: Legal Considerations for Middle Market Deals
Evaluating and Structuring Financing for Acquisitions, LBOs, Expansions, Recapitalizations, and Management Buyouts
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will prepare commercial finance counsel to understand mezzanine financing as a financing alternative in the evolving credit market, identify when this method is viable, and explain structuring such transactions in light of the wide range of choices available.
- Opportunities for mezzanine financing
- Structuring mezzanine financing
- Best practice strategies and pitfalls to avoid
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What factors should be taken into consideration when determining whether mezzanine financing is a good option for raising capital?
- What are the best ways to structure the transaction?
- What alternative choices are currently available for mezzanine financing?
- What are the market trends?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Charles J. Morton, Jr.
Mr. Morton has a national practice where he helps to solve complex problems faced by lenders, investors, and... | Read More
Mr. Morton has a national practice where he helps to solve complex problems faced by lenders, investors, and entrepreneurs as they create, build, and buy or sell businesses. He routinely advises on mergers and acquisitions and financings, including every aspect of equity investment. He is the Chair of the global board of directors of the Association for Corporate Growth.Close
Mark S. Gaffin
Director, Equity Sponsor Group
He focuses on private equity, leveraged buyouts, turnaround management, junior capital, distressed debt,... | Read More
He focuses on private equity, leveraged buyouts, turnaround management, junior capital, distressed debt, leveraged finance, growth strategy, financing, and mergers and acquisitions. He leads all aspects of the Equity Sponsor Group, and directs bank-wide initiatives to drive incremental revenue and earning assets through programs for winning leveraged finance opportunities with equity sponsors.Close
John C. Acker
Spring Capital Partners
Prior to joining Spring Capital, he was a Vice President in the Capital Markets Group of Allfirst Bank, where he... | Read More
Prior to joining Spring Capital, he was a Vice President in the Capital Markets Group of Allfirst Bank, where he was responsible for originating, structuring and managing leveraged transactions for middle market companies. Typically, portfolio companies generated revenues between $20 and $500 million. He is on the regional Board of Directors for the Association for Corporate Growth.Close