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Latham & Watkins LLP
WASHINGTON DC 20004-1304
United States
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Manu Gayatrinath is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Latham & Watkins. Ms. Gayatrinath is also a member of the Finance Department and the Private Equity Finance Practice. Ms. Gayatrinath has represented sponsors, borrowers and lenders in secured lending and other financing transactions, including acquisition financings, cash-flow and asset-based loans, mezzanine and subordinated debt facilities, private equity bridge loan facilities and secured notes offerings.

Additionally, Ms. Gayatrinath has worked for a variety of clients on matters involving secured finance issues and general corporate issues.




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United States > Finance > Commercial lending

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Manu Gayatrinath  – Latham & Watkins LLP

From its position at the upper end of the lender and borrower markets, Latham & Watkins LLP uses its ‘knowledgeable and super responsive attorneys’ to assist the biggest banks, private equity sponsors, direct lenders and corporate borrowers on syndicated loans, multi-tiered capital structures, and complex bank and bond covenant packages. In New York, Daniel Seale , who has developed strong relationships with premier banks such as Bank of America, JP Morgan and Credit Suisse, leads the global banking practice. Michèle Penzer is also based in New York, as is up-and-coming partner Alfred Xue, a specialist in cross-border transactions and acquisition financings. The private equity group is run from Washington, DC by Manu Gayatrinath , who advised The Carlyle Group on a ESG-linked credit facility valued at $4.1bn, demonstrating the group’s ability to assist with innovative and novel financial structures. There are also experienced names in other locations, with Greg Robins and Brandon R. Anderson  operating from Los Angles and Chicago respectively.