Penny E. Zacharias

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Practices
Industries
International
Education
  • University of Pittsburgh School of Law, JD, 2002
  • University of Pittsburgh Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, MBA, 1999
  • Cornell University, BS, 1997
Admissions
  • Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
Affiliations

Member, Pittsburgh Chapter, Association for Corporate Growth

Member, Allegheny County Bar Association

Member, Business Law and International Law Sections, American Bar Association

Member, Turnaround Management Association

Member, United Way Women’s Executive Leadership Council

Member and Past Chairman, Board of Directors, YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh

Member, Board of Directors, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

Member, Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network

Penny focuses her practice on debt financing and secured transactions, including origination of asset-based and acquisition financing, leveraged finance and other lending transactions. Penny has also handled the structuring and documenting of large syndicated transactions. She has particular experience representing secured lenders in the security alarm and medical alert and other industries with a recurring revenue model, as well as commodities financing.

In addition, she has international banking experience and specifically is knowledgeable and experienced in the area of microfinance and impact investing.

Penny is the chair of the McGuireWoods Pittsburgh Women’s Leadership Forum.

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Penny Zacharias
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T: +1 412 667 7937F: +1 412 667 7954Tower Two-Sixty
260 Forbes Avenue
Suite 1800
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-3142

$500 million revolving credit facility for a borrower in the memorialization products and financial services industry (counsel to agent).

$225 million secured revolving credit facility for a borrower in the security alarm industry (counsel to agent).

$200 million secured revolving credit facility to a real estate investment fund (counsel to agent).

$110 million secured revolving credit facility and term loan for a borrower in the security alarm industry (counsel to agent).

$35 million secured revolving credit facility and term loan for a borrower in the steel and foundry industry (counsel to agent).

$30 million secured revolving credit facility for a borrower in the nonhazardous residuals management industry (counsel to agent).

$22 million secured revolving credit facility for a borrower in specialized products and accessories related to the defense industry (counsel to borrower).

$20 million secured revolving credit facility for a borrower in the personal emergency response services industry (counsel to lender).

Named to "Pennsylvania Rising Stars," Business/Corporate; Banking, Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters, 2008
Presenter, Reps and Warranties and Indemnification in M&A Documents, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, March 30, 2012