Strategies and Common Pitfalls in Commercial Lending: When Using Equity Interests As Collateral
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Equity interests, whether stock of public companies or stock, partnership interests or LLC interests in private companies, are regularly used as collateral in commercial loan transactions. Using equity interests as collateral can present multiple challenges and requires thoughtful consideration of many issues, including, UCC provisions, applicable securities laws, Federal Reserve Board margin regulations, the Bankruptcy Code and general issues related to foreclosure and the enforcement of remedies generally.
Our panelists will discuss best practices for structuring equity secured loans.
Common Types of Equity Interests
Documentation and Perfection Issues
- Stock of Public Companies
- Stock of Private Companies
- Partnership and LLC Interests
- Ownership Interest in Foreign Companies
- UCC Issues
- The Indirect Holding System
- Federal Reserve Board Margin Regulations
- Contractual Issues
About The Presenter:
- UCC Issues
- Bankruptcy Issues
- Securities Law Issues
- Contractual Issues
- Lender Liability Issues
- Partner with Haynes and Boone, LLP
- Concentrates his practice in the areas of finance and energy
- Finance practice includes the representation of hedge funds, private equity firms, investment banks and other financial institutions in connection with various financing arrangements
- Energy practice includes the representation of energy companies, hedge funds, private equity firms, investment banks and other financial institutions in connection with oil and gas reserve based financing transactions, other energy based financing arrangements and energy asset acquisitions and divestitures
- Co-wrote, "Stopping the Bleeding: Pre-Foreclosure Rights and Equity Collateral," Bloomberg BNA's Banking Report, April 1, 2014
- Selected for inclusion in Texas Super Lawyers - Rising Stars Edition, 2007
- J.D. degree, cum laude, University of Houston Law Center; B.A. degree, State University of New York at Plattsburgh
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