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Matthew B. Gautier

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Education

  • Fordham University (JD)
  • University of Scranton (BS)

Bar Admissions

  • New York

Matthew focuses his practice on debt financing transactions. His experience includes advising corporate, private equity sponsor, lender and other financial institution clients on a variety of complex secured and unsecured financing transactions, including leveraged acquisitions, investment grade and other corporate loans, refinancings, restructurings and structured loan products.

Before joining Mintz Levin, Matthew practiced as an associate in the finance group of another international law firm and worked in the banking and finance group of an international business and legal research publishing company.

Representative Matters

  • Representation of direct lender in connection with $100 million senior secured asset-based credit facility for purchase of patent assets
  • Representation of sponsor-backed natural gas producer in connection with $1.5 billion senior secured first and second lien credit facilities for acquisition financing and working capital
  • Representation of joint lead arrangers in connection with $1.45 billion senior secured term loan and asset-based credit facilities to finance leveraged buyout of a retail company, as well as subsequent dividend recapitalization and refinancing transactions
  • Representation of joint lead arrangers in connection with $3 billion senior secured multi-currency credit facilities for cross-border acquisition financing by a publicly-traded packaging company
  • Representation of private movie theater company in connection with $450 million revolving credit facility and senior secured notes for refinancing of existing indebtedness as well as subsequent refinancing transactions
  • Representation of joint lead arrangers in connection with $700 million senior secured credit facilities for acquisition financing and working capital for Canadian software company 
  • Representation of joint lead arrangers in connection with a $400 million senior secured asset-based revolving credit facility, as well as subsequent workout and restructuring matters 
  • Representation of private non-bank lender in connection with annual investment grade 364-day revolving credit facilities for working capital 
  • Representation of non-bank lender in connection with $360 million senior secured first and second lien credit facilities to finance leveraged buyout of a media rights company, as well as subsequent refinancing transactions
  • Representation of joint lead arrangers in connection with $570 million senior secured first and second lien credit facilities for acquisition financing and working capital for a human resource management software company