Vincent B. Lillegard


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Vince Lillegard focuses his practice on capital market debt transactions and syndicated bank credit facilities. He represents public and private companies, private equity sponsors, banks and other lenders in a variety of lending transactions.

Vince’s practice involves:

  • Note Offerings – Representing companies on high-yield, investment-grade and convertible notes offerings, including related call spread derivative transactions.
  • Credit Facilities – Representing borrowers in large corporate financings, including syndicated senior revolving credit and term loan facilities (secured and unsecured), acquisition financings and other specialized financings; and representing agent banks and lenders in revolving credit and term loan facilities for both public and private companies in a variety of industries.

Prior to joining Bass, Berry & Sims, Vince practiced with Kaye Scholer LLP (now known as Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP) in New York.


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