Bruce W. Moorhead Jr.

Bruce Moorhead's practice focuses on the representation of financial institutions in leveraged and asset-based lending transactions and in workouts and bankruptcies. He has extensive experience in asset-based lending, problem loan resolution and cross-border financing. He represents financial institutions and intermediaries as administrative and collateral agents in connection with syndicated loans, leveraged acquisition lending, cash flow lending, asset-based lending, mezzanine financing and cross-border financing as well as resolution of problem loans, debtor-in-possession financing, and exit financing facilities.

Bruce's recent experience as counsel to the agent includes the following representative credit facilities: $50 million senior subordinated unitranche term loan for a manufacturer of specialty plastics; the successful restructuring and payment in full of a defaulted $25 million multi-tranche facility for a packager and distributor of food oils; $75 million cross-border credit facility with an asset-based revolver and term loan for a manufacturer of HVAC products (U.S. and Canada); $60 million cross-border credit facility with an asset-based revolver and term loan for a metal products manufacturer and distributor (U.S., U.K., and Canada); $30 million asset-based revolver for a manufacturer and retailer of designer clothing; and $15 million second lien term loan for a trucking and logistics company. [1]