Alexander S. B. Horn

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Education
  • University of Connecticut School of Law, JD, Executive Editor, Connecticut Journal of International Law, 2005
  • Williams College, BA, 2000
Admissions
  • North Carolina
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Alex focuses his practice on private equity and other financing transactions. He has experience representing Business Development Companies (BDCs), Small Business Investment Companies (SBICs), and other private debt funds in a broad range of transactions.

Alex’s experience includes representation of public and private companies, banks, finance companies, investment funds, and other investors in financing transactions, including syndicated and single-lender credit facilities, leveraged buyouts and various types of work-outs and restructurings.

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Representation of a publicly traded supplier of water and water dispensers in connection with $195 million credit facility used to finance acquisition of a publicly traded competitor for $263 million in cash and stock.

Representation of SBIC fund in connection with restructuring of $31 million subordinated debt and equity investment in marketing and customer engagement company.

Representation of a publicly traded business development company in connection with restructuring of a multi-tranche debt and equity investment in industrial fluid reprocessing company.

Representation of a publicly traded business development company in connection with $4 million debtor-in-possession financing extended to industrial fluid reprocessing in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding.

Advised institutional mezzanine fund in connection with restructuring of $23 million debt and equity investment in luxury leather goods manufacturer and eventual Article 9 sale.

Advised institutional mezzanine fund in connection with restructuring of $13 million debt and equity investment in packaging supply company and eventual Article 9 sale.

Representation of institutional mezzanine funds in debt and equity financings, including first lien, second lien, unsecured mezzanine, and unitranche debt investments ranging from $2 million to $30 million, preferred, common and strip equity co-investments, and warrant and other equity kickers.

Representation of a commercial bank in a wide range of financing transactions with venture capital backed borrowers ranging from $1 million to $20 million.

Representation of a private equity-sponsored group of food companies in connection with financing the acquisition of a UK-based food group.

Representation of a shipping and logistics company in connection with financing and refinancing the construction of a container/cargo vessel.

Representation of a mutual fund complex in connection with its investments in syndicated credit facilities.

Representation of one of the largest privately owned office suppliers in the U.S. with respect to its $137.5 million senior secured credit facilities.

Representation of an affiliate of the Malaysian government and one of the largest producers of palm oil in the world, with respect to approximately $94 million in credit facilities established for its U.S. subsidiaries and approximately CAD 236 million in credit facilities established for its Canadian subsidiaries.

Representation of a well-known, fast casual bakery and café franchisor with respect to its $112 million senior secured revolving credit facility.