Bradley Wolf helps financial institutions and other lenders manage risk through the legal structuring and documentation processes related to all aspects of debt financing. His commercial law and transactional practice includes single lender and syndicated credits, acquisition financing, asset-based lending, leveraged lending, cross-border lending, recapitalizations, working capital loans, subordinated debt, trade finance, transactions involving real estate and first lien/second lien structures and restructurings and workouts of all such debt financings.
In his capacity as an advisor to financial institutions and other lenders, Brad has worked with borrower companies in various industries, including manufacturing, food and other retail products, casinos and gaming, and agricultural businesses. In addition to commercial finance, Brad has also represented institutional investors in connection with the private placement of debt and equity securities as well as indenture trustees.
Drawing on his 10 years as in-house counsel for Wells Fargo Bank, Brad is able to advise on an array of credit transactions and provide insight from the insider’s perspective. He is a business-savvy attorney and levelheaded under pressure. Brad will help clients identify and solve business and legal issues, including solutions that may reduce the client’s or its customers’ transaction costs while ensuring that the client is protected from unacceptable legal risk.
- University of Southern California, J.D., 1990
- University of California at Berkeley, B.A., 1986
- American College of Investment Counsel, Fellow
- California State Bar, Business Law Section, Commercial Transactions Committee
- UCC Committee of the Business Law Section of the California Bar, 2008-2011
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