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Stephen Linley is a member of Winstead's Corporate, Commercial Transactions & Outsourcing Practice Group. He has experience working with complex commercial finance transactions, including asset-based and leveraged lending, syndicated deals and regulated industry financings. Stephen has represented private equity sponsors, financial institutions, and corporate borrowers in a variety of industries. He also has experience in general corporate, mergers and acquisitions, commodities and other derivative related matters.

Representative Experience

  • Administrative Agent in a term loan senior secured syndicated financing of an acquisition of emergency transport companies
  • Administrative Agent in a term loan senior secured syndicated financing of an acquisition of telecommunication companies
  • Administrative Agent in an asset-backed financing of a fracking company
  • Energy corporate borrower in a senior secured revolving credit facility
  • Bank syndicate in a master repurchase transaction with the Republic of Argentina
  • Private equity sponsor’s secured letter-of-credit financing for various limited partnership acquisitions
  • Debtor in Chapter 11 Debtor-In-Possession financings
  • Energy commodity ISDA Master Agreements

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