Frank Hamblett is a finance attorney, with over 25 years of experience representing financial institutions and corporate debtors on a wide variety of structured, corporate and municipal debt issuances as well as complex insolvency and bankruptcy matters.
My practice focuses on two main areas.
First, I represent banks and other financial players (including private equity firms) in single and multiple bank credit facilities, subordinated debt facilities, second lien credit facilities, tranche B term loans, intercreditor issues and cross border financings.
Second, I also have extensive experience representing indenture trustees, administrative agents, collateral agents, secured creditors and debtors in various types of debt restructurings, whether voluntary or involuntary (including exercising rights and remedies under Articles 8 and 9 of the UCC) as well as in bankruptcy proceedings.
I am actively following a number of lawsuits brought against various financial institutions, acting in their capacities as corporate trustees and/or agents. My team is developing strategies for clients to proactively mitigate risk in response to these cases.
U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts
Colby College, B.A.
George Washington University, J.D., with honors
Frank Hamblett is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and Turnaround Management Association.
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