Staci E. Rosche Senior Counsel

Staci's practice includes a broad range of acquisition finance, syndicated finance and project finance transactions. She also is an expert in the Payroll Protection Program and Main Street Loan Program.

Staci represents lenders, lessors and agents, as well as private equity funds and other equity investors, borrowers, and lessees, in a variety of complex secured financing transactions, including leveraged and asset-based credit facilities, related intercreditor arrangements, aircraft and equipment portfolio financings and synthetic leases of rail cars and other equipment. 

She also has extensive experience representing lenders and sponsors in financing green energy and infrastructure projects.

Experience

Represented lead arranger in a $1 billion asset-based credit facility for book retailer.

Represented lead arranger in a $750 million secured term loan B facility for sporting goods retail company.

Represented lead arranger in a $600 million secured financing for medical equipment company.

Represented lead arranger in a $540 million acquisition financing for a chemical products company.

Represented lead arranger in $300 million investment grade credit facility for data and information management company.

Represented lead arrangers in a $250 million investment-grade credit facility for tree equipment company.

Represented lead arrangers in a $140 million secured credit facility for pharmaceutical company.

Represented lead arranger in a $110 million acquisition financing of a telecommunications company.

Represented lead arranger in a $47 million asset-based financing for an information technology company.

Represented equity investor in a $47 million acquisition finance of an investment advisory firm.

Represented equity investor in a $10.5 million acquisition finance of a regional restaurant chain.

Represented lead arrangers with the $1.9 billion financing of various coal-fired, gas fired and hydro-electric assets.

Represented lead arranger in $45 million construction and term loan agreement for a wind farm in Alaska.

Represented lead arranger in a $16.5 million financing of a wind farm in Minnesota.

Represented lead arrangers in a $47 million financing of a waste-water treatment plant in California.

  • Fordham University School of Law, JD, cum laude, 1998
  • The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, BA, 1991

Member, New York Bar Association

Member, North Carolina Bar Association

  • New York
  • North Carolina

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