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McGuireWoods LLP

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Adam Greene

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McGuireWoods LLP

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Adam Greene strives to develop and maintain close-working relationships with the financial institutions, developers, private equity firms and insurance companies he represents by being responsive, resourceful and reliable.  Having represented agent-banks, lenders, borrowers and investors on more than a gigawatt of renewable energy project deals, he works to achieve transactions that protect his clients while preserving the important relationship between both parties.  He primarily represents financial institutions, mezzanine lenders, equity providers, and borrowers in a variety of financing, acquisition and development transactions including syndicated, club and bilateral credit facilities related to solar, wind and biomass projects along with REIT finance, construction lending, healthcare lending, food and beverage finance, leveraged acquisition finance, asset-based lending and corporate, ESOP and asset-based restructure financing.  While earning his law degree from the University of Virginia, Adam served as President of the Student Bar Association and was a participant in the highly-regarded Law & Business Program.  As an undergraduate at UVA, he was a Lawn Resident, a Robert Kent Gooch Scholar, an Echols Scholar and a member of the Honor Counsel.  Adam is an Eagle Scout who has traveled to more than 110 countries, all 50 US states and all 7 continents. 


United States: Finance

Project finance

Within: Project finance

The ‘very collaborative’ team at McGuireWoods LLP ‘interfaces well with clients and their respective counsels’ and is instructed by lenders and sponsors in energy projects. Renewables projects are a particular area of focus; here, Becky Diffen in Austin advised Macquarie Capital on the development, tax equity financing and construction financing of a 200MW wind farm in Oldham and Deaf Smith counties, Texas; and Timothy Callahan in Chicago advised KeyBank National Association on several financings including a $80m back-leveraged financing for a portfolio of over 80 solar projects California and a $30m refinancing for a 25MW wind farm in Idaho. Charlotte-based Adam Greene and Marvin Rogers, the latter of whom jointly heads the team with Matthew Kapinos in Houston, and Brian Kelly in Baltimore, are also recommended. Richmond-based Joanne Katsantonis is also a key figure. Senior counsel Kate Watlington in Charlotte joined in 2018 from Latham & Watkins LLP.

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