University of Virginia, J.D., 1989, Order of the Coif; Managing Editor, Virginia Tax Review, 1988-89; Editorial Board, Virginia Law Review, 1988-89
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1985, Phi Beta Kappa
In his 25-plus years of practice, Richard Mack has handled virtually every type of financing transaction. His experience includes secured and unsecured syndicated senior credit facilities, senior and senior subordinated debt securities in public and private issuances, secured and unsecured mezzanine facilities, cross-border financings, letter of credit arrangements, swaps and other derivative transactions, aircraft and other equipment leases, and loans for high-net worth individuals and families. He has advised clients in transactions across a wide variety of business lines, including manufacturing, industrial growth, insurance, transportation, technology, medical and health services, and real estate. Richard regularly represents both financial institutions and corporate clients, which ensures a balanced perspective and understanding of business issues that enables him to provide seasoned and efficient counsel in complex and difficult transactions.
Richard has an extensive background in all types of corporate and commercial transactions, including the representation of private equity firms, venture capital firms, and other public and private companies in mergers and acquisitions, dispositions, equity issuances, reorganizations and joint ventures. He has counseled numerous professional service providers, in fields like engineering and architecture, in connection with North Carolina ownership and licensing requirements.
Represented an engineered industrial products manufacturer in its Rule 144A offering of $300 million senior notes.
Represents a global drilling services and equipment company in its financings, including asset-based revolving and term credit facilities and Rule 144A offerings of $300 million senior notes and $300 million senior secured notes.
Represents a small-loan consumer finance company in connection with a $650 million asset-based revolving credit facility.
Represents an operations management software company in connection with its $11.5 million senior secured credit facilities.
Represents an air cargo and aircraft service company in connection with its $20 million senior secured credit facilities.
Represented the lead arranger and agent of $115 million senior secured credit facilities for an aircraft components manufacturer.
Represented a regional bank in the settlement of various troubled loans to a Southeastern real estate developer, involving both negotiated resolutions and foreclosure proceedings.
Represented a privately held adhesives manufacturer in its $150 million financing (consisting of separate senior secured credit facilities) for its acquisition of a leading consumer brand.
Represented a privately held textile manufacturer in its $110 million asset-based revolving and term credit facilities.
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