Nan Braley focuses her practice on financing transactions, and represents financial institutions and other clients in connection with secured and unsecured loans, asset-based financings, acquisition financings, syndicated credits, multicurrency facilities, cross-border transactions, structured finance, vendor financing, subscription lines of credit, note purchase agreements, participations, intercreditor agreements, subordinated debt, mezzanine debt financings, letters of credit, loan workouts, DIP financings and debt restructurings.
Nan's experience includes a wide variety of industries and types of collateral including telecommunications, media, fine art, technology, health care, insurance, premium finance companies, real estate, oil and gas, rolling stock and aircraft. She has experience with equipment leases, collection strategies, foreclosures, corporate trust activities, escrow agreements, and borrower representation. Nan also represents clients in derivative transactions, including interest rate swaps.
Areas of Concentration
· Financing transactions
· Workouts and restructurings
Professional & Community Involvement
· Member, American Bar Association, Business Law Section
- Banking Law Committee
- Commercial Financial Services Committee
- UCC Committee
· Member, Dallas Bar Association
· Member, State Bar of Texas, Business Law Section
· Member, Texas Association of Bank Counsel
· Member, The Women's Finance Exchange
- Former General Counsel
- Former Member, Board of Directors
Awards & Recognition
· Listed, The Best Lawyers in America, Banking and Finance Law, 2013-2014
· Listed, Super Lawyers magazine, Texas Super Lawyers, 2012-2013
· Team Member, Corporate Board Member magazine and FTI Consulting Inc., one of "America's Best Corporate Law Firms," 13th Annual Legal Industry Study, 2013
· Rated, AV Preeminent® 5.0 out of 5
· Represented agent in connection with $475 million syndicated competitive advance and revolving credit facility for an airline.
· Represented agent in connection with $250 million syndicated revolving credit and letter of credit facility for a recycling company, secured by substantially all real and personal property and subsidiary equity interests.
· Represented agent in connection with $150 million asset based credit facility for a manufacturing company.
· Represented agent in connection with $100 million asset based credit facility for an oil and gas services company.
· Represented agent in connection with restructuring of $81 million secured credit facility for oil and gas refining company.
· Represented lender in connection with $75 million asset based credit facility for an oilfield services company.
· Represented agent in connection with $75 million syndicated credit facility for a real estate equity fund.
· Represented lender in connection with $50 million line of credit and derivative facilities secured by fine art and partnership interests.
· Represented agent in connection with $43 million asset based credit facility for a distributor.
· Represented agents and lenders in connection with $40 million asset-based credit facility for a temperature-controlled trucking company.
· Represented agent in connection with $30 million credit facility for a digital technology provider for the broadcast industry, secured by intellectual property and other personal property.
· Represented agent in connection with $135 million syndicated multicurrency facility for a global communications company, secured by substantially all personal property and domestic and foreign subsidiary equity interests, the simultaneous issuance of $115 million of subordinated notes, and a subsequent workout.
· Represented a global information and communications technology company in connection with vendor financing transactions with its customers.
· Represented lender in connection with secured subscription lines of credit.
· Represented lenders in connection with various middle market and asset-based lending transactions.
· Represented agents and lenders in workouts and troubled loans.
· Represented public company in connection with $200 million asset-based revolving credit line.
· Represented public media company in connection with unsecured $200 million revolving credit facility.
· Represented technology company in connection with secured multicurrency credit facility.
· Represented media company as borrower in connection with credit agreement providing for $50 million asset-based revolving credit facility, including sub-limits for swing line loans and letters of credit, secured by real and personal property.
· Represented oil and gas service company as borrower in connection with $115 million secured credit facility.
· Represented media company in connection with senior secured, super-priority debtor-in-possession credit agreement in connection with Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases involving approximately $264 million of senior secured debt, $89 million of second lien debt, and $39 million of debt under other credit agreements, and subsequent exit financing under Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.
· Represented corporate borrowers in a variety of financing transactions and workouts.
°Some of the above representations were handled by Ms. Braley prior to her joining Greenberg Traurig, LLP.