Rossie Turman is a corporate attorney with a practice focus in leveraged finance, principally representing investment banks, commercial banks and other financial institutions as lenders; and corporations, strategic investors, hedge and BDC funds, and private equity funds as borrowers.
Mr. Turman primarily advises clients in connection with syndicated loans, out-of-court and Chapter 11 reorganizations, acquisition financings, leveraged buyouts, bridge loans, asset-backed loans, subscription facilities, receivables facilities, project financings, and other types of complex and traditional transactions.
Also, Mr. Turman is providing leadership in the firm’s efforts to expand its capacity to service clients engaged in cross-border transactions involving the African continent.
His work with corporate clients has included representations of Aflac, El Pollo Loco, Norfolk Southern Corp., Pfizer and Spectra Energy. Institutional clients have included BlackRock, Credit Suisse and Wells Fargo. Additionally, Mr. Turman has been involved in a number of reorganizations and restructurings.
His work in Africa includes advising public and private entities, governments, parastatals, NGO’s and individual investors. He has been involved in transactions in the retail, infrastructure, energy, oil and gas, mining, agribusiness, technology and banking spaces. Mr. Turman also has actively supported several charities on the African continent for over two decades.
- J.D., Columbia University School of Law, 1998
- B.S., Arizona State University, 1994
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