Todd Bundrant is a partner in Mayer Brown’s Banking & Finance practice. He represents financial institutions, investment funds and corporate borrowers in a variety of secured and unsecured finance transactions. Todd has extensive experience representing both lenders and borrowers in transactions involving private equity funds, credit funds and other alternative lenders seeking to expand and/or leverage their portfolios. These transactions include subscription-backed credit facilities, NAV facilities, hybrid credit facilities, repurchase facilities, bi-lateral loans and other acquisition financing arrangements. He also has a strong background representing major US and foreign banks as lead agent and arranger in syndicated credit facilities, as well as restructuring various types of lending arrangements.
Todd works on structures involving a variety of non-standard collateral, including private equity fund interests, hedge fund interests, capital contribution obligations, management and incentive fee streams and asset-backed securities. His experience also includes representation of private equity sponsors, real estate investors and developers in a variety of commercial real estate transactions, including joint ventures, acquisitions and dispositions involving a broad range of assets such as retail centers, industrial parks, apartment complexes, condominiums, assisted living facilities and single family residential developments, as well as restructuring financing arrangements related to all of the above.
Indiana University School of Law, JD
Editor-in-Chief, Indiana International and Comparative Law Review
Vanderbilt University, BA