Alexander H. Rahn is a counsel in Hughes Hubbard’s Corporate department.
His practice focuses on public and private mergers and acquisitions and corporate control contests, in which Alex advises strategic and financial investors as well as financial advisors.
Alex has represented asylum petitioners on a pro bono basis and advises not-for-profit entities on formation, corporate governance and mergers.
Prior to joining Hughes Hubbard, Alex was an associate at the New York office of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP.
The German Capital Investment Act and Private Equity Transactions – Duties for Managers of Private Equity Funds and their Depositaries [Das KAGB und Private-Equity-Transaktionen – Pflichten für Manager von Private-Equity-Fonds und deren Verwahrstellen] with Oliver Schröder, GWR 2014, p. 49
Decentralized VAT and the European Common Market [Dezentrale Umsatzbesteuerung und Europäischer Binnenmarkt], Nomos/C.H. Beck 2009, ISBN 978-3-8329-4974-7 (Dissertation)
New York City Bar Association, Corporation Law Committee, Member
New York City Bar Association, Committee on Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Control Contests, Affiliate Member
AgileThought, Inc. and 30 of its affiliates in all aspects of their Chapter 11 proceedings
Newhouse family-owned media company Advance Publications Inc. and its portfolio company 1010data, a provider of enterprise analytics, in the sale of 1010data to SymphonyAI
Cyclerion Therapeutics, Inc. in the sale of the rights to two drugs to a company newly-formed by certain existing Cyclerion shareholders and venture capital firms in exchange for cash and shares of stock in the new company
Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. and Tao Group Hospitality in the sale of Tao Group Hospitality to global investment company Mohari Hospitality
Kensington Capital Acquisition Corp. V, a SPAC backed by Kensington Capital Partners, in its $524 million merger with electric vehicle manufacturer Arrival, which will remain listed on Nasdaq
Kensington Capital Acquisition Corp. IV, a SPAC backed by Kensington Capital Partners, in its $939 million merger with Amprius Technologies, Inc. that took the nanowire battery company public
Leading independent publisher Bloomsbury Publishing in its acquisition of academic publisher ABC-CLIO
Cenveo Worldwide Limited, a world leader in the management and distribution of print and related offerings, in the sale of its Custom Labels Group to Brook + Whittle
Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc. in its sale to parent company and majority shareholder Santander Holdings USA Inc. in a $2.5 billion deal that took the Dallas-based auto lending and consumer finance company private
SPAC Isos Acquisition Corp., in its $2.6 billion IPO merger with Bowlero Corp. that took the world’s largest owner and operator of bowling centers public
Kensington Capital Acquisition Corp. II in its $1.5 billion merger with Wallbox Chargers SL, which took the Spanish electric-vehicle charger maker public
Infosys in its $125 million acquisition of Blue Acorn Ici for up to $125 million
CF Finance Acquisition Corp., a special purpose acquisition company backed by New York investment firm Cantor Fitzgerald, in its $2 billion merger with GCM Grosvenor that took the Chicago asset manager public
Grab Holdings Inc., Southeast Asia’s leading super app, in its merger with SPAC Altimeter Growth Corp., a transaction that took Grab public in the largest SPAC merger ever ascribing to Grab a pro-forma equity value of approximately $39.6 billion
Platinum Equity, a Beverly Hills-based private equity firm, in connection with its $850 million investment in Nesco Holdings, a provider of specialized truck and heavy equipment solutions, in connection with Nesco's acquisition of Custom Truck One Source
British sports and fashion retailer JD Sports Fashion in its acquisition of athletic footwear and apparel streetwear retailer DTLR Villa
Airbus OneWeb Satellites LLC, the Florida and France based manufacturer for satellites for the OneWeb enterprise, as a counterparty and principal supplier in the successful $2 billion chapter 11 restructuring of OneWeb
Turnitin, a subsidiary of Advance Publications, in its acquisition of online assessment platform Examsoft
Cenveo, Inc., a provider of management and distribution solutions for printing and packaging products, in connection with the sale of a portion of its print publication (e.g., journals, magazines) businesses to Intellicor Communications
Cenveo Inc. in the carve-out sale of its content services business to CJK Group Inc.
GFG Alliance affiliate in a “363” sale purchase of substantially all of Bayou Steel BD Holdings LLC’s assets
Global information technology leader Infosys in its acquisition of Kaleidoscope Innovation, a full-spectrum product design, development and insights firm
Grab Financial Group, Southeast Asia’s leading fintech platform, in raising over $300 million in a Series A funding round led by South Korea’s Hanwha Asset Management Co. Ltd.
Global information technology leader Infosys in its acquisition of Simplus, the global leader of Salesforce quote-to-cash
CBS Corp. in connection with its $30 billion merger with Viacom Inc.
Platinum Equity in its $1.9 billion acquisition of Wesco Aircraft
Patrick Drahi in his $3.7 billion acquisition of Sotheby’s
Venus Concept in its acquisition of Restoration Robotics
Bank of America in the sale of its ownership interest in GA Telesis to Tokyo Century and ANA
Petit Forestier Group, European leader in refrigeration rental, in its first U.S. acquisition of Mendon Leasing
Circle Talent Agency in its sale to UTA
Sports Direct International in the negotiation of its Cooperation Agreement with Iconix Brand Group
Highstar Capital in the $430 million sale of its ownership interest in Aerostar, the operator of the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Western Digital in its $19 billion strategic acquisition of SanDisk
Brookfield Residential Properties in its $871 million cross-border going private transaction
Atlantic Power Corporation in its $65 million cross-border issuer tender offer
StoneCastle in its $205 million Community Funding CLO transaction
Lenovo Group in its $2.3 billion acquisition of IBM’s x86 server business
SPIE in the acquisition of the Service Solutions Business from HOCHTIEF Solutions, a subsidiary of German construction group HOCHTIEF
Edenred, a leading provider of expense management services headquartered in Paris,
France, in its acquisition of a minority stake (with an option to acquire a majority stake) in
UTA, a key player in the European fleet management market, and the entering into of relating
joint venture arrangements