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Meir Dominitz is a partner in Mayer Brown's New York office and a member of the Banking & Finance practice. He advises financial institutions and other credit providers as well as sponsor and corporate borrowers on a variety of finance transactions, including acquisition financing, syndicated and bilateral loan transactions, cash flow facilities, asset-based lending, recapitalizations and restructurings. Meir’s clients have included many major financial institutions and corporations across various industries. 

Langues

  • Anglais
  • Hébreu

Expérience

Borrower Representations:

  • KBR, a publicly traded engineering, procurement and construction company, in connection with its $2 billion multi-currency and multi-jurisdictional revolving credit and term loan facilities.
  • Envestnet, a publicly traded provider of intelligent systems for wealth management and financial wellness in connection with its $500 million revolving credit facility.
  • Outbrain, a publicly traded web recommendation platform, in connection with its $75 million ABL facility.
  • CACI International, a publicly traded information technology company, in connection with its $2.3 billion revolving credit and term loan facilities.
  • Dean Foods, a food and beverage and dairy company, in connection with its $450 million A/R securitization facility and $350 million revolving credit facility.
  • Sequential Brands, a consumer brands company, in connection with its $700 million first lien and second lien facilities.
  • An investment management company, in connection with its $300 million revolving credit and term loan facilities.
  • A multi-brand franchise restaurant group, in connection with its $295 million revolving credit and term loan facilities.

Syndicated Financing Lender Representations:

  • The arrangers and agents in connection with $4.5 billion financing made available to FirstEnergy and certain of its operating subsidiaries.
  • The arrangers and agent in connection with $555 million first and second lien financing related to a private equity backed acquisition of a global provider of thermal management and sealing solutions.
  • The arrangers and agent in connection with $515 million first and second lien financing related to a private equity backed acquisition of a private label maker of snack food products.
  • The arranger and agent in connection with $800 million term loans financing related to the acquisition of a business-to-business cloud integration service provider by a software company.
  • The arranger and agent in connection with $650 million ABL and term loan financing related to a strategic buyer acquisition of baseball and softball businesses.
  • The arranger and agent in connection with $1.1 billion reserve-based and second lien financing related to a private equity backed acquisition of shale fields.
  • The arrangers and agent in connection with $200 million ABL financing related to a private equity backed acquisition of a manufacturer and distributor of building supplies.
  • The arranger and agent in connection with $900 million bridge financing related to the acquisition of ARINC Incorporated by Rockwell Collins.
  • The arranger and agent in connection with $140 million ABL financing made available to Tribune Publishing in connection with its spinoff from Tribune Media.

Direct Lending Lender Representations:

  • $100 million term loan financing made available to a global construction company.
  • $35 million revolving credit and term loan financing related to the acquisition of a trade receivables company from Greensill.

Restructuring Representations:

  • The agent and lenders in connection with out of court restructuring of the capital structure (debt and equity) of a private equity backed developer of patented radio frequency and digital video processing equipment.
  • The agent and lenders in connection with the out of court restructuring and conversion of first and second lien facilities of a private equity backed global marketing and digital solutions company.
  • A privately held poultry company in connection with its out of court restructuring of $775 million of existing debt and the raise of $250 million in new debt.

Certain representations occurred prior to joining Mayer Brown.


Formation

Columbia University School of Law, JD
Columbia Business Law Review, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar

York University, BA
First Class Graduate with Distinction, Dean’s Honor Roll

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