Michael H. Waldman

Associate
New York
  • 1271 Avenue of the Americas
  • New York, NY 10020
  • USA
Profile Experience

Michael Waldman is an associate in the New York office of Latham & Watkins. He is a member of the Finance Department and the Banking Practice.

Mr. Waldman represents financial institutions in leveraged finance transactions, including acquisition financings, debt restructurings, cross-border transactions, asset-based financings, recurring revenue based financings, and margin loan financings.  He has significant experience in syndicated finance and direct lending transactions in a broad array of industries, such as technology, healthcare, retail, communications, pharmaceuticals, and industrials.

Mr. Waldman’s experience includes representations of:

  • Blackstone Credit in a US$1.8 billion recurring-revenue term loan facility to finance Thoma Bravo’s acquisition of Medallia Inc.
  • Barclays in US$2.455 billion of credit facilities to finance Onex’s acquisition of WestJet Airlines
  • JPMorgan in US$1.767 billion of credit facilities for KAR Auction Services
  • Lenders of approximately €4.6 billion of senior secured credit facilities and senior notes to finance INEOS Quattro’s acquisition of the Aromatics and Acetyls business of BP P.L.C 
  • Benefit Street in US$340 million of senior secured credit facilities in connection with Bain Capital’s acquisition of InnovaCare Health
  • Owl Rock and Blackstone in a US$800 million second lien term loan facility to finance Thoma Bravo’s acquisition of ProofPoint, Inc.
  • Goldman Sachs in a US$150 million revolving credit facility for Peabody Energy Corporation
  • UBS in a US$55 million margin loan facility for General Atlantic (AB) Collections, L.P.
  • JPMorgan in US$865 million and €250 million of first and second lien credit facilities to finance AEA’s acquisition of Excelitas Technologies
  • Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ in US$2.0 billion of credit facilities to finance Computer Sciences Corporation’s acquisition of the enterprise services business of Hewlett Packard
  • Owl Rock, Ares, and PSP Investments in a US$420 million second lien term loan facility to finance Thoma Bravo’s acquisition of Sophos Group plc
  • TD in US$310 million of credit facilities to finance GI Partners’ acquisition of Clarity Telecom
  • Antares in US$235 million of credit facilities to finance Warburg Pincus’s acquisition of Service Logic 
  • Deutsche Bank in US$82.5 million of credit facilities to finance THL’s acquisition of Fortna Inc.
  • Antares in US$133.5 million of credit facilities to finance Bain’s acquisition of World Wide Packaging, LLC 
  • Ares in a US$257 million of credit facilities to finance Thoma Bravo’s acquisition of Command Alkon
  • Ares in a US$147 million of credit facilities to finance Thoma Bravo’s acquisition of Cority Software Inc.
  • PennantPark in US$67.5 million of senior secured credit facilities for Ox Two, LLC 
  • Golub in a senior secured term loan facility for Rough Country, LLC
  • RBC in US$325 million of senior secured notes and as an asset-based revolving facility for Spanish Broadcasting System
  • Citi in a US$2.525 billion term loan and US$500 million asset-based revolving facility to finance CVC’s and CPPIB’s acquisition of PETCO
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