Tristan Propst represents both major financial institutions, as administrative agents, arrangers and lenders, and corporate borrowers in a variety of finance transactions, including secured and unsecured commercial transactions, first lien/second lien transactions, acquisition financings, asset-based lending, project finance transactions, structured transactions, restructuring transactions, and cross-border transactions, with a particular emphasis on finance transactions in the oil and gas, coal, pipeline and other energy-related industries.
Tristan has been ranked by Chambers as a top banking and finance attorney in Texas (2009 – 2012) and prior to that was consistently named as a “Texas Rising Star” (Super Lawyer, 2004-2007). Chambers USA 2012 notes that Tristan “is very creative in his ability to formulate solutions for challenging situations.” Prior to joining Mayer Brown, he served as a judicial clerk for the Court of Appeals of Georgia (1995).
Princeton University, AB, magna cum laude
A.B. Freeman School of Business, Tulane University, MBA
Tulane University Law School, JD
Notes and Comments Editor, Tulane Law Review
- American Bar Association, Business Law Section