Clayton J. Stallbaumer represents agents, lenders, borrowers, private-equity firms, and debt funds in connection with senior secured and unsecured commercial loan facilities (including enterprise-value and asset-based facilities), second-lien loan facilities, and mezzanine loan facilities.
He has related experience in transactions involving acquisition financing, real estate financing (including construction), the healthcare industry, and the energy industry. He also represents companies in corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, strategic business alliances, and general governance issues.
- Representation of commercial bank in senior secured revolving and term-loan credit facilities for nephrology practice and practice-management services provider
- Representation of a Fortune 30 financial institution in a $400 million syndicated, asset based revolving credit facility to a scrap metal recycler and broker.
- Representation of a national specialty lender in senior secured revolving and term loan credit facilities to operators of and investors in skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, outpatient surgery centers, for-profit and not-for-profit hospitals, laboratory services companies, and home health services companies.
- Representation of a private-equity firm in a mezzanine loan and equity co investment to support acquisitions of colorant and pigment dispersion businesses.
- Representation of a Fortune 30 financial institution in a $270 million syndicated, asset based revolving and term loan credit facility to a producer of welded and seamless pipe and premium connections.
- Representation of a Fortune 20 financial institution in a $35 million asset-based revolving credit facility for a Tier 1 automotive supplier.
- Representation of a Fortune 20 financial institution in a $400 million revolving credit facility to a petroleum products refiner and marketer.
- Representation of a SEC-registered investment advisor as the lender in a $221 million loan secured by hedge instruments and forward contracts associated with the borrower’s long-term interest-rate hedging strategy.
- University of Illinois College of Business, MBA, 2006
- University of Illinois College of Law, JD, magna cum laude, Editor in Chief, Journal of Law, Technology & Policy, 2006
- Lake Forest College, BA, Economics, History, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, 2001
Admissions : Illinois, Wisconsin
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, Young Professionals of Chicago
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