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Bryan Reese is an associate in King & Spalding’s Finance practice and is resident in the New York office. He is active in King & Spalding’s leveraged finance debt capital markets, insolvency/restructuring, acquisition finance, private equity and investment funds, asset based finance, energy finance, healthcare finance and media/telecommunications finance practices.

Bryan represents arrangers, lenders and borrowers in domestic and cross-border debt financings, including syndicated credit facilities; first lien, second lien, unitranche and mezzanine financings; acquisition financings; development and project financings, investment grade financings and workouts and restructurings. His clients are composed of leading financial institutions and funds, energy companies, private equity sponsors and project developers.

Bryan sits on the Board of Directors of Econautics Sustainability Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to advancing sustainability in the private sector through education, research and advising.

King & Spalding brings together more than 100 finance lawyers located in offices across the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East to represent lenders, investors, funds and borrowers in the full range of secured and unsecured financings. Over the past three years, we closed approximately 600 finance transactions for our clients, amounting to $165 billion in aggregate financing.

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Credentials

J.D., New York University

B.S., University of Georgia

New York

New York

Matters

A private equity firm in the negotiation of the financing of its acquisition of a nationwide telecommunications company.

Two financial institutions in the $188 million first lien leveraged acquisition finance by their joint venture unitranche entity (accompanied by a $60 million second lien financing provided by a third party) of the acquisition of a medical technology company.

The administrative agent and lead lender in the provision of a $115 million asset-based revolving loan facility used by a Chinese joint venture to acquire a nationwide specialty retailer emerging from bankruptcy.

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A private equity firm in the negotiation of the financing of its acquisition of a nationwide telecommunications company.

Two financial institutions in the $188 million first lien leveraged acquisition finance by their joint venture unitranche entity (accompanied by a $60 million second lien financing provided by a third party) of the acquisition of a medical technology company.

The administrative agent and lead lender in the provision of a $115 million asset-based revolving loan facility used by a Chinese joint venture to acquire a nationwide specialty retailer emerging from bankruptcy.

A renewable energy startup in obtaining development financing and in the issuance of equity interests in an early stage funding round.

Matters

A private equity firm in the negotiation of the financing of its acquisition of a nationwide telecommunications company.

Two financial institutions in the $188 million first lien leveraged acquisition finance by their joint venture unitranche entity (accompanied by a $60 million second lien financing provided by a third party) of the acquisition of a medical technology company.

The administrative agent and lead lender in the provision of a $115 million asset-based revolving loan facility used by a Chinese joint venture to acquire a nationwide specialty retailer emerging from bankruptcy.

See more
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Close

Matters

A private equity firm in the negotiation of the financing of its acquisition of a nationwide telecommunications company.

Two financial institutions in the $188 million first lien leveraged acquisition finance by their joint venture unitranche entity (accompanied by a $60 million second lien financing provided by a third party) of the acquisition of a medical technology company.

The administrative agent and lead lender in the provision of a $115 million asset-based revolving loan facility used by a Chinese joint venture to acquire a nationwide specialty retailer emerging from bankruptcy.

A renewable energy startup in obtaining development financing and in the issuance of equity interests in an early stage funding round.

Credentials

J.D., New York University

B.S., University of Georgia

New York

New York