MCLLP’s practice includes professionals who have broad expertise structuring and negotiating various types of financial transactions, and the Firm’s attorneys have engineered complex debt financing deals at the highest levels.  MCLLP’s professionals are committed to maintaining an industry-leading knowledge of the market and ensuring that clients achieve optimal economic and legal terms in each of their debt financing arrangements.


MCLLP’s Debt Finance practice serves an integral function within the Firm’s Private Equity and M&A practice by offering cutting-edge acquisition financing counsel to borrowers on both private equity and strategic platforms.  Our attorneys have expansive experience with various acquisition financing structures, including senior and mezzanine credit facilities, working capital lines and high-yield and other bond offerings.  On every acquisition, we endeavor to obtain an in-depth understanding of the individual target and overall business objectives, which enables our attorneys to apply their financing market knowledge to maximize returns and synergies for clients.


The Firm has particularized knowledge concerning the representation of borrowers, noteholders and lenders in workouts and in- and out-of-court restructurings involving businesses in distress.  We also represent borrowers as sellers and lenders as purchasers in asset sale transactions involving financially troubled companies.  


The Firm’s Debt Finance practice is equipped with the know-how to represent funds and lenders on various types of fund financing matters, including subscription-based, asset-based and hybrid facilities for funds having varying structures and investment strategies.


Our attorneys have substantial experience representing funds, financing companies and financial institutions as lenders and lead arrangers in the structuring and negotiation of various financing arrangements, including single-bank, multi-bank and syndicated facilities, acquisition financings, term and revolving credit facilities, mezzanine facilities, hedging arrangements and real estate financings.