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Richard Leucht represents banks, financial institutions, corporate lenders, hedge and mezzanine funds and business associations in corporate and commercial transactions with an emphasis on first and second-lien, secured and unsecured, mezzanine and equity-backed transactions with complex intercreditor relationships. Richard’s experience includes both loan originations and the workout and restructuring of distressed debt both in and out of bankruptcy.

Although Richard’s practice spans multiple industries, including TMT, his primary area of focus is the energy sector. He has extensive experience in lending and capital market transactions involving oil and gas exploration and production, midstream and oil field services.

Representative Experience

  • Documentation and administration of loans for both syndicated and single bank financing (secured, unsecured, asset-based, single and multibank)
  • Documentation and administration of mezzanine debt, subordinated debt and equity financing (private and public)
  • Borrower's representation in lending transactions, including acquisition financing
  • Experience in numerous business sectors, including oil and gas, midstream, oilfield services, power and energy, healthcare, financial services, commodities, construction, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications, real estate, and technology

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