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Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP

80 PINE STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10005, USA
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London, New York, Washington DC

Adam Dworkin

Tel:
Work 212.701.3131
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Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP

Position

Adam’s practice is principally focused in leveraged finance. He has significant experience representing arrangers in bank financings and high-yield offerings in the context of acquisitions, recapitalizations, refinancings and restructurings. Adam also represents several companies as borrowers under secured credit facilities.

Education

Binghamton University, B.A., 1992
George Washington University Law School, J.D., 1995


United States: Finance

Commercial lending

Within: Commercial lending

Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP has a dominant market position in the lending space, where it is regularly listed at the top of the league tables for deal value and volume. In 2017, the firm advised on 306 deals with an aggregate value of over $379bn, $360bn of which were in the leveraged lending space. The practice is led out of New York by the highly experienced partners Jonathan Schaffzin and Daniel Zubkoff, and boasts a selection of top-notch advisers, including James Clark, William Hartnett, Jennifer Ezring, Adam Dworkin, Douglas Horowitz, and Corey Wright. Of late, the firm advised JPMorgan Chase Bank and UBS on the $2.9bn debt financing for the concurrent acquisitions and subsequent merger of Ply Gem Industries and Atrium Windows and Doors, by private equity funds, Clayton Dubilier & Rice and Golden Gate Capital. The firm also has experience advising alternative lenders such as Jefferies Finance, Antares Capital, and KKR Capital Markets, which were among the lead arrangers on a $1.9bn loan to help finance Expres Oil Change & Tire Engineers' acquisition of Mavis Tire Express Services Corp.

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