James Gelman

Partner

Related Content

Practices
Industries
International
Education
  • New York Law School, JD, magna cum laude, Articles Editor, New York Law School Law Review, 1995
  • Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, BA, 1991
Admissions
  • New York
Affiliations

Member, American Bar Association

Member, New York State Bar Association

Executive Vice President, Central Synagogue of Nassau County

Board of Trustees, Central Synagogue of Nassau County

2012 Man of the Year, Brotherhood of Central Synagogue of Nassau County

2012 Co-Chair of the UJA, Rockville Centre Community Fundraiser

Coach, Rockville Centre Little League

Languages
  • Spanish

James focuses his practice on the representation of commercial banks, investment banks and other financial institutions in their capacity as agents and lenders, as well as corporate borrowers, in a variety of financing transactions, including secured and unsecured lending, acquisition financing, bridge financing, cross-border transactions, corporate restructurings, workouts and other leveraged financings.

In the News

vCard
T: +1 212 548 7023F: +1 212 548 21741345 Avenue of the Americas
7th Floor
New York, NY 10105-0106

Representation of administrative agent in a $6 billion senior credit facility to a Japanese auto loan finance company.

Representation of administrative agent and joint lead arranger in a $750 million senior secured cross-border credit facility to manufacturer of clothing rolls used in the paper industry secured with collateral in Latin America, Europe and Asia.

Representation of Japanese bank in $30 million credit facility to a financial institution in Panama.

Representation of administrative agent and joint lead arranger in a $100 million senior credit facility to a multinational electric power company in Latin America.

Representation of lender in a $100 million credit facility to a financing institution in Columbia.

Representation of administrative agent and joint lead arranger in a $150 million senior term loan facility to a financial institution in Peru.

Representation of administrative agent and joint lead arranger in a $500 million senior term loan facility to an energy and forestry company in Chile with a chain of gasoline stations.

Representation of administrative agent and joint lead arranger in a $200 million senior term loan facility to a steel manufacturing and mining company in Chile.

Representation of administrative agent and joint lead arranger in a $350 million senior credit facility to a mining company in Chile.

Representation of administrative agent and joint lead arranger in a $150 million senior credit facility to a gas pipeline company.

Representation of administrative agent and joint lead arranger in a $280 million 364-day senior credit facility and a $280 million senior credit facility to a chemical company.

Representation of administrative agent and co-lead arranger in a $1 billion senior credit facility to an international sporting goods manufacturer and retailer.

Representation of administrative agent and joint lead arranger in a $1 billion senior credit facility to a national retailer.

Representation of administrative agent and joint lead arranger in a $500 million senior credit facility to a consumer products manufacturer.

Representation of administrative agent and joint lead arranger in a $100 million secured credit facility to a broker-dealer.

Representation of administrative agent and joint lead arranger in a $455 million senior term loan facility to a gas pipeline company.

Representation of a national retailer in a $220 million senior asset-based credit facility.

Representation of an international luggage manufacturer in a $500 million and Euro 22.7 million senior secured cross-border credit facility.

Named to “New York Super Lawyers,” Banking, Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters, 2007, 2013-2015