Sean M. Girdwood
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Sean M. Girdwood

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Pittsburgh, PA
Philadelphia, PA
 
 
  • Syndicated Credit Facilities


    • Served as counsel to the administrative agent and lead arranger in connection with a $800 million credit facility for an American marketing and sales services company headquartered in the Southeast United States, the proceeds of which were used for working capital, on-going dividends and permitted acquisitions
    • Served as counsel to the administrative agent and lead arranger in connection with a $150 million credit facility for a privately-held metal manufacturing company, the proceeds of which were used for a recapitalization of the company
    • Served as counsel to the administrative agent and lead arranger in connection with a $115 million credit facility for a chemical manufacturer and distributor with operations in both the United States and Canada, the proceeds of which were used to refinance existing debt, to pay a dividend and for working capital and capital expenditures
    • Served as counsel to the administrative agent and lead arranger in connection with a $425 million credit facility for a publicly-traded electronics technology and manufacturing company, the proceeds of which were used for the acquisition of a group of industry-related companies
    • Served as counsel to the administrative agent and lead arranger in connection with a $115 million credit facility for an automotive engineering and systems integration solutions company, the proceeds of which were used to refinance existing debt and for working capital
    • Served as counsel to the administrative agent and lead arranger in connection with a $325 million credit facility for a publicly-traded engineered materials and optoelectronic components company, the proceeds of which were used for, among other things, the acquisition of certain related companies
    • Served as counsel to the administrative agent in connection with a $150 million credit facility for a natural gas marketing and distribution company, the proceeds of which were used to refinance existing debt and for capital expenditures
    • Served as counsel to the administrative agent in connection with a $31 million credit facility provided to a private equity owned company for the acquisition of an aerospace component manufacturer and supplier, which was being divested by a public company
    • Served as counsel to the administrative agent in connection with $25.3 million of credit facilities (including a tax exempt component) for a non-profit human services agency, the proceeds of which were used to refinance existing debt, provide working capital and finance capital expenditures
    • Served as counsel to the administrative agent and lead arranger in connection with a $33.708 million credit facility for a company specializing in door-to-door household moving services for the military, the proceeds of which were used for, among other things, the acquisition of certain related companies
  • Single-Lender Credit Facilities


    • Served as counsel to a bank in connection with a $23 million credit facility for a records management company, the proceeds of which were used for the acquisition of an industry-related company
    • Served as counsel to a bank in connection with a $60 million credit facility for a privately-owned oil and gas exploration and production company, the proceeds of which were used for the finance, purchase and build out of various oil and gas fields throughout Texas and Louisiana
    • Served as counsel to a bank in connection with a $100 million credit facility for a dispensing equipment company, the proceeds of which were used for the acquisition of an industry-related entity
    • Served as counsel to a bank in connection with a $32.5 million credit facility for a steel manufacturer, the proceeds of which were used to refinance existing debt