Amanda Elliott Stanley advises clients in commercial lending, secured transactions and real estate matters and has been actively involved in transactions totaling more than $1 billion in the last 12 months. With an emphasis on middle market commercial finance transactions, Amanda represents both borrowers and lenders. Much of her lending work involves bank representation in multi-million dollar loans to healthcare companies, many of which have equity investors that guide the direction of the transaction.
Partnering with clients throughout the loan financing process, Amanda works to identify the unique aspects of her clients’ business interests, tailoring the financing to address those objectives.
American Health Law Association (AHLA)
We represented Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. (Nasdaq: CBRL) in its investment in Denver-based Punch Bowl Social, an award-wining experiential food and beverage concept.
Representation of LFM Capital in its investment in ShopSabre, a leading designer and manufacturer of CNC routers and plasma tables that are used in a variety of high-precision machining operations to cut wood, steel, aluminum and other metals
Representation of LFM Capital’s portfolio company, Eckhart Inc., in its acquisition of Gasper Engineering, a full-service industrial automation systems integrator and specialty machine builder located in Indiana
Represented LFM Capital in the financing of its acquisition of Fecon, LLC, a maker of mulchers and other forest management equipment
Represented LFM Capital in its acquisition of a forestry mulching equipment manufacturer
Represented LFM Capital in Michigan-based manufacturer
Represented EDSCO Fasteners in its acquisition of Tower Support Services, LLC
Represented LFM Capital in its acquisition of an Indiana builder of ambulances
Represented Tractor Supply Company in connection with its new private shelf facility totaling $300 million
Represented national food distributor United Natural Foods Inc. (UNFI) in connection with its senior credit facility transactions, including most recently the increase in its asset-based revolving credit facility from $600 million to $900 million