Jack Tanenbaum is an associate in the New York Office of Hughes Hubbard & Reed and is a member of the firm’s Corporate group.
Representation of Mizuho Bank, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, PNC Bank, Barclays Bank, MUFG Bank, The Bank of Nova Scotia and Citibank as joint lead arrangers in connection with a $1 billion, 364-day term loan credit facility and a $500 million two-year term loan credit facility for FirstEnergy Corp.
Representation of MUFG Union Bank N.A. as administrative agent and syndication agent in connection with a refinancing of an existing senior unsecured revolving credit and letter of credit facility for El Paso Electric Company
Representation of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, New York Branch, as administrative agent, letter of credit issuing bank and lender, in a $30 million revolving credit and letter of credit facility for GenConn Energy LLC
Representation of BNP Paribas Securities Corp. in connection with a $189 million aircraft asset-backed securitization (ABS) for Vx Capital Partners, a cargo aircraft management and leasing firm
Representation of Citigroup in connection with a $911 million aircraft asset-backed securitization (ABS) by Castlelake, an investment firm specializing in aircraft
Representation of Greenbriar Equity Group in its acquisitions of:
Spireon Inc., a truck and trailer telematics provider, including representation in connection with a revolving loan, term loan and security agreement from Ally Bank for such acquisition
BrakeMax, an auto service chain
Tire Works, a tire care chain
Representation of Kuramo Capital Management LLC in the formation of Kuramo Africa Opportunity Fund III and Kuramo Africa Opportunity Co-Investment Fund III, which invest in private equity and hedge funds that invest directly in businesses in sub-Saharan Africa
Representation of Wipro, a global information technology company, in the $405 million sale of its hosted data center services business to IT services company Ensono
Representation of United Airlines in the public offering of:
$935,140,000 principal amount of enhanced pass-through certificates to finance 16 new Boeing aircraft
$225,700,000 principal amount of enhanced pass-through certificates relating to the financing of 16 new Boeing aircraft