Finance & Lending

Winstead is a national choice for lenders and borrowers seeking sophisticated financing experience and deep knowledge of major industries.  Our facilitative approach encourages a healthy relationship between lender and borrower, and focuses on getting the deal done expediently and professionally.

Representing banks, financial institutions, asset-based lenders, mezzanine and second lien providers, insurance companies, funds, financial sponsors and borrowers, our lending experience includes syndicated, multi-lender and single -lender credit facilities of all types and complexities.  Our industry experience includes energy, manufacturing, TMT, healthcare, real estate, sports, regulatory issues and other industries.

Recognizing that we try to maintain focus on the most significant issues presented in getting a deal closed, our clients often describe us as “deal oriented” and “high impact.”  Our experience, responsiveness, practical approach, depth and breadth contribute to a long history of closing transactions in long-lasting client relationships.

Snapshot of Finance and Lending Strengths

  • Middle-market transactions 
  • Syndicated lending and capital markets 
  • Sponsor-backed transactions 
  • Asset-based lending 
  • Real estate finance 
  • Mezzanine financing 
  • Complex intercreditor relationships
  • Restructurings and workouts 
  • Energy transactions 
  • Healthcare 
  • Technology, Media and Telecommunications 
  • Subscription lines of credit 
  • Sports financings 
  • Aircraft financing 
  • Floorplan financing 
  • Insurance financing 
  • Regulatory matters 
  • Business banking and private wealth transactions

Next Steps

Winstead has over 30 Finance & Lending attorneys that share your business and financial acumen, and that know how to work with you to protect your business relationships. Call to learn more about how we can help you.

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