Commercial Lending & Construction Financing
In the increasingly complex world of commercial lending, a team of seasoned commercial lending lawyers is an invaluable resource to help lenders and borrowers alike achieve their business goals. The lawyers in the Rogers Towers Commercial Lending Practice Group have decades of experience representing lenders and borrowers of all sizes in secured and unsecured commercial lending transactions, and our multidisciplinary approach to commercial lending means we can draw on experts in a variety of legal fields and industries during the course of a commercial lending transaction.
Our lending clients, which consist of a variety of institutions including community banks and credit unions, investment groups and the world’s largest financial institutions, turn to our Commercial Lending Practice Group for advice throughout the lending process. We understand that every commercial loan transaction is unique and, through our depth and breadth of experience, are well-equipped to structure creative, cost-effective loan transactions.
The lawyers in our Commercial Lending Practice Group have a strong commitment to understanding our borrowers’ business goals and objectives, and appreciate the often critical need to “get the deal done.” Clients trust our expertise and know-how on both sides of commercial lending transactions and often turn to us when the availability of capital can mean the difference between successfully or unsuccessfully completing a critical acquisition or landing a critical contract.
Our team of Commercial Lending lawyers are well prepared to handle a broad range of commercial lending matters, including:
- Representing financial institutions and borrowers in secured and unsecured loan transactions;
- Coordinating with lenders, borrowers and lead underwriters in multi-billion dollar credit facilities for publicly traded companies;
- Equipment and transportation financings and leases;
- Real estate and construction financings;
- Multi-lender credit syndications;
- Derivative and swap transactions;
- Issuing borrower opinions;
- Preparing stand-by, subordination and forbearance agreements;
- Loan restructurings and workouts;
- Mezzanine financings;
- Leveraged buy-outs; and
- General obligation bond issuances.