Christopher Eagan practices in the area of corporate finance, including both lender and borrower representation. His experience includes the structuring, negotiation and documentation of a broad spectrum of syndicated and non-syndicated credit transactions involving both domestic and foreign companies in a wide variety of industries. These transactions include secured and unsecured loan facilities, acquisitions credits, senior, subordinated and mezzanine credit facilities, multi-currency facilities, ESOP financings, asset based loan facilities, construction loan facilities, leveraged lease financings, and letter of credit and banker’s acceptance facilities.
Mr. Eagan also represents both lenders and sponsors in project finance transactions involving the acquisition, construction and financing of electric power generation and landfill gas conversion facilities. In addition, Mr. Eagan regularly represents commercial banks when acting in a corporate trust capacity, including as trustee, paying agent, depositary and escrow agent. His experience also extends to federal and state bank regulatory issues and the special legal needs in extending credit to regulated industries.
In his “spare” time, Mr. Eagan has completed three Ironman triathlons.
Representation of Administrative Agent in $400,000,000 multi-currency (11 currencies) credit facility.
Representation of Lender in restructuring of a land fill gas to natural gas project finance facility.
Representation of Deposit Bank in connection with approximately $700,000,000 deposit programs under aircraft finance facilities.
Representation of Administrative Agent in $170,000,000 credit facility for closed-end registered investment company.
Representation of Administrative Agent in $30,000,000 U.S. and Canadian dollar credit facility.
Bar and Court Admissions
New York, 1978
Fordham University, J.D., 1977
University of Colorado, B.A., 1973
Civic Involvement and Honors