Dan Strzalka is a partner in the Global Finance group with extensive experience representing commercial banks, non-bank finance companies, mezzanine funds, venture capital funds and other financial groups entering into financing arrangements.
I counsel national banks, mezzanine funds and venture capital funds in connection with cash flow and asset-based senior and subordinated credit facilities. A significant portion of my practice involves the structuring, negotiating and documenting finance transactions. Typical representations often include intercreditor arrangements, underlying acquisitions, international components and other deal complexities, such as specialized industries. I also regularly represent corporate clients (both private and public) and private equity clients entering into financing transactions involving acquisition financing, working capital loans, capital expenditure loans and other financing arrangements.
In light of an increasingly competitive and regulated commercial banking marketplace, lenders will continue to utilize unique and flexible approaches to the traditional financing transaction which will need to address the ever increasing scope of business risks and legal challenges. I see all financial transactions implementing lessons learned from recent bankruptcies, regulatory guidance and the current business environment while continuing to take innovative approaches to finance matters.