Global law firm Greenberg Traurig added Kevin J. Walsh to its Boston office as a shareholder in the firm’s restructuring and bankruptcy practice. Walsh was previously a partner at Mintz Levin.
AgroFresh closed its comprehensive refinancing, including an amendment and extension of its senior secured credit facilities. BMO Capital Markets acted as sole financial advisor and left-lead bookrunner, while Deutsche Bank and ING acted as joint lead arrangers and joint bookrunners.
Carl Marks Advisors is acting as restructuring advisor, Cantor Fitzgerald is serving as investment advisor and Greenberg Traurig is serving as legal advisor to American Addiction Centers, which filed voluntary petitions for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.
Orion Energy Partners closed a multi-draw, senior secured debt facility for Nautilus Data Technologies for the commissioning of a 6.0MW colocation data center located in Stockton, CA, and construction of additional data center projects in the Nautilus pipeline.
As part of the expansion of its restructuring and bankruptcy practice, Greenberg Traurig added Peggy Hunt and Annette Jarvis as shareholders in its Denver office and Jason S. DelMonico as a corporate shareholder in its Boston office.
Greenberg Traurig will rejoin forces with Bruce Zirinsky, its former co-chair of the restructuring and bankruptcy practice, and subsequently founder of Zirinsky Law Partners, a boutique law and advisory firm.
Barclays Capital Real Estate and Citigroup Global Markets Realty completed a a $1.5 billion mortgage loan of San Francisco’s Parkmerced on behalf of owner Maximus Real Estate Partners. AIMCO provided a $275 million mezzanine loan .
Win Systems has completed a $125 million credit facility with Fortress Credit and Goldman Sachs Specialty Lending Group.