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Edmond Gabbay

Edmond Gabbay
Partner, Chair, Syndicated and Leveraged Finance
edmond.gabbay@kayescholer.com

New York
T: +1 212 836 8876 F: +1 212 836 6476

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Ed Gabbay is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Finance Department and Chair of the Syndicated and Leveraged Finance Practice. The primary focus of his practice is representing financial institutions, private equity firms and other corporate clients in the area of debt finance. He regularly represents clients in a wide spectrum of industries, including the commercial real estate, hospitality and health care sectors as well as financings in more traditional manufacturing and service sectors.

Mr. Gabbay advises on secured and unsecured syndicated loan facilities as well as bilateral financings, in transactions that range in size from tens of millions to billions of dollars. These transactions frequently involve multi-tier capital structures that include senior debt, mezzanine debt, high yield securities and second lien facilities. He has extensive experience with covenant-lite and other cash flow structures and a strong background in traditional asset based finance.

Mr. Gabbay is a member of Kaye Scholer’s Mergers and Acquisitions practice with extensive experience in acquisition finance. He also has extensive experience with debt restructurings and is an active member of the firm’s Creditors Rights practice.

Representative Matters

  • Represented the Administrative Agent in a $500 million delayed draw term loan facility extended to a subsidiary of one of the nation’s largest multifamily residential operators, and in a $500 million accordion exercise increasing the operator’s revolving credit facility to $1.75 billion.

  • Represented Administrative Agent in a $450 million unsecured revolving credit facility extended to a nationally recognized investment management company.

  • Represented Administrative Agent in a $175 million amended and restated revolving credit facility extended to a well-known public REIT.

  • Represented Administrative Agent in a $1 billion unsecured revolving credit facility extended to a global provider of hospitality products and services.

  • Represented Administrative Agent in a $1.75 billion unsecured revolving credit facility extended to worldwide operator and franchisor of hotels and related lodging facilities.

  • Represented investor in connection with multi-billion dollar debt and equity investments in one of the nation’s largest operators of multifamily residential units.

  • Represented Administrative Agent in a $300 million secured revolving credit facility extended in support of the acquisition of a public REIT.

  • Represented medical imaging firm in connection with $90 million secured term and revolving credit facilities extended in support of a dividend recap transaction.

  • Represented lender in a $30 million bilateral secured revolving credit facility to support working capital needs of international real estate investment firm.

  • Represented Administrative Agent in a $250 million secured revolving credit facility extended in connection with the initial public offering of a REIT.

  • Represented Administrative Agent in a $140 million secured revolving credit facility extended in connection with a series of recapitalization transactions for real estate development firm.

  • Represented lender in a $125 million bilateral secured term loan facility extended to leading international hotel operator in support of an asset acquisition.

  • Represented Administrative Agent in a $75 million secured revolving credit facility extended in connection with the initial public offering of a REIT.

  • Represented lender in connection with restructuring of multi-billion dollar CMBS mortgage and mezzanine facilities extended to prominent casino operator.

  • Represented leading North American sales and marketing firm in connection with $985 million secured term and revolving credit facilities and related dividend recap transaction.

  • Represented Administrative Agent in connection with restructuring of revolving credit facility extended to mortgage insurance firm.

  • Represented leading provider of emergency care services in connection with $575 million secured term and revolving credit facilities.

  • Represented international retailer in connection with $125 million asset based revolving credit facility.

  • Represented BDC in connection with debt and equity investments in national clothing manufacturer.

  • Represented aerospace manufacturer in $300 million private offering of 144A senior unsecured notes.
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Beratungsschwerpunkte

Ausbildung

Fordham University School of Law, JD, 1985; Fordham University Law Review

Cornell University, BS, 1981

Zulassung(en)

New York

Mitgliedschaften

New York Bar Association

American Bar Association

 
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