Harry S. Pangas: Lawyer with Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP

Harry S. Pangas

Harry Pangas
Partner
Washington,  DC  U.S.A.
Phone202.383.0805

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Practice Areas

  • Business Development Companies
  • Capital Markets & Investments
  • Corporate
  • Securities & Corporate Governance
  • Private Investment Funds
  • Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
  • Insurance
  • Insurance Finance
 
Contact InfoTelephone: 202.383.0805
Fax: 202-637-3593
http://www.sutherland.com/People/Harry-S-Pangas
 
University Syracuse University, B.S., cum laude
 
Law SchoolTulane University Law School, J.D., cum laude
 
Admitted1997, New York and Massachusetts; 2000, District of Columbia
 
BornPlainview, New York, February 18, 1971
 
Biography

Harry Pangas represents issuers and investment banking firms in connection with public and private offerings of equity and debt securities, including initial public offerings (IPOs), Rule 144A offerings, shelf offerings, at-the-market offerings (ATMs), registered direct offerings, high-yield bond offerings, convertible debt offerings and rights offerings. Harry also regularly advises public companies on compliance with ongoing SEC reporting obligations and other securities laws, including Section 16(b) compliance, Rule 10b5-1 plans, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Form S-8 and proxy disclosure, as well as the corporate governance listing requirements of the national securities exchanges.

In addition, Harry has developed a niche practice representing financial services companies, including business development companies (BDCs), private investment funds, lending cooperatives, banks and insurance companies, in connection with a myriad of securities transactional and regulatory matters.

Harry previously worked at the SEC in Washington, D.C.

Harry has advised clients in connection with the following representative transactions:

Public Transactions
•ATMs for several BDCs, including Medley Capital Corporation and Stellus Capital Investment Corporation
•$175 million institutional bond offering by Main Street Capital Corporation, a BDC
•Up to $1.5 billion continuous public offering by Sierra Income Corporation, a non-traded BDC
•$250 million institutional bond offering by Fifth Street Finance Corporation, a BDC
•$930 million initial public offering of Apollo Investment Corporation, a BDC
•$200 million acquisition of Patriot Capital Funding, Inc. by Prospect Capital Corporation
•$140 million initial public offering of Fifth Street Finance Corp., a BDC
•$130 million initial public offering of Medley Capital Corporation, a BDC
•$120 million initial public offering of Stellus Capital Investment Corporation, a BDC
•$105 million initial public offering of Prospect Capital Corporation, a BDC
•$92 million retail bond offering of Main Street Capital Corporation, a BDC
•$75 million public follow-on offering of equity securities of Seacoast Banking Corporation of Florida, a bank holding company
•$60 million retail bond offering of Medley Capital Corporation, a BDC
•$60 million initial public offering of Main Street Capital Corporation, a BDC
•$50 million at-the-market-offering of Fifth Street Finance Corp., a BDC
•$42 million retail bond offering of Saratoga Investment Corp., a BDC
•$40 million retail bond offering of KCAP Financial, Inc., a BDC

Private Transactions
•$500 million Rule 144A/ Regulation S first mortgage bond offering of Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Inc., an electric cooperative
•Strategic transaction involving NGP Capital Resources Company and Oak Hill Advisors, L.P.
•$660 million Rule 144A of equity securities of Solar Capital LLC, a private investment fund
•$500 million Rule 144A first mortgage bond offering of Oglethorpe Power Corporation, an electric cooperative
•$400 million Rule 144A first mortgage bond offering of Great River Energy, an electric cooperative
•$200 million Rule 144A of debt securities of an insurance holding company
•$172 million Rule 144A convertible bond offering of Fifth Street Finance Corp., a BDC
•$55 million recapitalization of GSC Investment Corp. (now known as Saratoga Investment Corp.), a BDC

 
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New SEC Guidance Adds Flexibility to BDC Co-Investing
Steven B. Boehm,Cynthia M. Krus,John J. Mahon,Anne G. Oberndorf,Harry S. Pangas, February 13, 2015
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Division of Investment Management (the Division) just published guidance that will permit business development companies (BDCs) to co-invest with certain persons considered affiliates without obtaining exemptive relief. Under the Investment Company...
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Harry S. Pangas

700 Sixth Street NW, Suite 700
WashingtonDC 20001-3980




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