Mr. Alan J. Mogol has more than 40 years’ experience in the negotiation and documentation of equipment finance transactions. Mr. Mogol handles a variety of single investor and leveraged leases of manufacturing, retail, construction and mining equipment; modular storage facilities; computerized assembly line equipment; over-the-road vehicles; computer systems; medical and other high-technology equipment; corporate and business aircraft; railroad rolling stock; and facility financings.
These transactions include tax-motivated leases, TRAC and split-TRAC leases of vehicles, and leases for security. Mr. Mogol has worked with clients in developing structures for the tax leasing of equipment subject to industrial revenue bond financings and payment in lieu of tax programs.
He has assisted more than a dozen national equipment financing companies in developing standard lease and syndication documentation, including the implementation of titling trusts. He has established motor vehicle and master aircraft titling trusts with clients to facilitate syndication and to address FAA citizenship issues.
His experience also includes secured financing transactions, including synthetic leases, working capital lines of credit, inventory and receivables facilities, letter of credit lines and equipment financing.
He has worked with credit enhancements, including guaranties, letters of credit, certificates of deposit, cash collateral, deposit accounts and pledges of certificated and uncertificated securities.
Mr. Mogol views his role in a transaction as a facilitator, not an impediment. Rather than just identifying obstacles, he suggests approaches to address the issues in a manner which protects the interests of his client. He is a frequent lecturer and author in the equipment financing area.
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