Samantha is counsel in our Leveraged Finance and Restructuring and Insolvency teams. She counsels clients on various financial restructuring and general financing matters. Samantha's experience includes both in-court and out-of-court representation of agents, banks, funds, borrowers and potential purchasers of distressed debt and assets. Much of her experience entails multi-jurisdictional complexities.
Vertex, Inc., a provider of integrated tax technology solutions, on its refinancing of its existing bank facilities with a $50 million term loan and $200 million revolving credit facility.
JP Morgan as administrative agent, letter of credit issuer and lender, under a $930 million revolving and term credit agreement extended to Peabody Energy Corporation. The matter involved a restructuring with revolving and term lenders under the JPM Facility and two note issuances maturing in 2022 and 2025, respectively.
Bank of America as lead underwriter in a 144a offering of $300 million of senior secured notes issued by Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc.
Bank of America, as agent, and a lender steering committee with repsect to Babcock & Wilcox, a global power and renewable energy company, in a series of restructurings transactions of a $650 million revolving credit facility.
Barings LLC on the purchase of privately placed notes from Anagram International, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Party City Holdings Inc.
JP Morgan as administrative agent in the restructuring of a $2.1 billion revolving and term loan facility extended to Acosta Inc., a US-based sales and marketing company owned by a leading global private equity sponsor, including the development of a alternative financing structure to increase liquidity through a receivables facility.
Barings LLC as lender in the restructuring of approxiatemately $55 million of bank debt, and an incremental financing to, a commericial and industrial provider of electrical distribution systems and equipment.
Capital One, National Association, in connection with the restructuring of a $350 million revolving credit facility extended to StoneMor, LLP, a publicly traded MLP and leading death care provider operating in 50 states. The matter included the negotiation of a complex intercreditor agreement with a junior creditor and the restructuring of the credit facility over a series of amendments.
Expro Holdings UK 3 Limited, a leading oil and gas well management group, in connection with restructuring its $1.4 billion of obligations, which resulted in a Chapter 11 restructuring. The pre-packaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy case lasted only 50 days. Freshfields, among other things, negotiated a $155 million debtor-in-possession financing package and also guided the company through the process of negotiating the most efficient corporate structure for the post-bankruptcy entities.
The term lenders and syndicate agent in Paragon Offshore's Chapter 11 proceeding involving total term, revolver and noteholder claims of approximately $2.4 billion.