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Ropes & Gray LLP, Daniel Stanco, New York, USA

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Daniel Stanco

Ropes & Gray LLP

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Dan Stanco, a partner in Ropes & Gray’s real estate investments & transactions group, focuses his practice on real estate joint ventures, investments and finance for all asset classes. Throughout his career, Dan has represented a broad range of clients, including institutional real estate investors, private equity funds, hedge funds, public REITs, developers, investment and commercial banks, and domestic and foreign investors in complex U.S. and international real estate transactions. Dan has extensive experience in advising clients in capital markets transactions, repurchase facilities, joint ventures, co-investments, distressed acquisitions and restructurings, mortgage and mezzanine financings, hotel management, condominium developments, leasing and portfolio transactions. In addition, Dan is actively involved in multiple charitable initiatives as a member of the board of directors of The Feed Foundation, counsel to a New York City charter school and former advisor to various foundations supported by the United Nations and Clinton Global Initiative. https://www.ropesgray.com/biographies/s/daniel-l-stanco.aspx?AK=stanc#sthash.T8J8UHn2.dpuf


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Real estate

Within: Next Generation Partners

Daniel Stanco - Ropes & Gray LLP

Within: Real estate

Ropes & Gray LLP, which is ‘hands-on, pragmatic and truly committed to client service’, advises on a range of real estate investment and transactional matters including private equity, finance, tax, environmental, joint ventures and loan acquisitions. New York-based Daniel Stanco advised Colony Capital on the multiple repurchase and secured credit facilities to finance more than $3bn of assets following the Colony Capital merger with NorthStar. Jack Creedon in Boston acted for TPG Capital on the $1.8bn sale of IASIS Healthcare to Steward Health Care; this included a $1.4bn sale and leaseback and mortgage financing package with Medical Properties Trust. Stanco also represented Oaktree Capital Management on various repurchase facilities with multiple banks totaling around $750m. New York-based David Djaha - who leads the firm's global real estate investments and transactions group and will become global managing partner in 2020 - specialises in core and distressed acquisitions and dispositions and mortgage-backed finance. ‘Deeply-experienced and client focused’ Richard Gordet and Walter McCabe in Boston are also recommended. Boston-based Alison George recently joined the partnership. Other clients include Blackstone Mortgage Trust, Morgan Stanley, ACORE Capital, The Related Companies and PIMCO.

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