Katie Day


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Katie Day represents arrangers, lenders, sponsors and borrowers in connection with a variety of financing transactions, including term and revolving credit facilities, asset-based credit facilities, agency financings, project and construction financings, and joint ventures. She has significant experience across a range of industries, with a special focus in the healthcare and energy sectors. Her national practice involves:

  • Finance – Representing clients in structuring and negotiating new financings as well as refinancings of existing credit facilities. Her experience includes syndicated, club and single-bank deals, along with complex equity financing arrangements, seller financings in connection with dispositions, and complex intercreditor arrangements. Katie has significant experience with traditional term and revolving financings, mezzanine financings, project financings, acquisition financings and nonrecourse financings, as well as negotiating financings involving sponsors and borrowers in industries that are heavily regulated.
  • Healthcare – Counseling home health providers and owners and operators of independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing facilities as well as continuing care retirement communities (CRCCs) in connection with single facility and multi-facility, multi-state nonrecourse financings, letter of credit facilities, construction financings, joint ventures and RIDEA transactions. She also represents lenders to, and owners and operators of, hospitals and behavioral health facilities in connection with acquisition financings, construction financings and traditional term and revolving financings.
  • Energy – Advising clients in connection with project and construction financings in the energy sector, where her experience includes renewables, power and extensive work in the oil and gas sector. She has experience negotiating project documents, including engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts; supply and offtake agreements; power purchase agreements; and equipment leases and purchase agreements.
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