Adam J. Longenbach
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Adam Longenbach focuses his practice on public and private finance with a particular emphasis on leveraged finance transactions. He represents private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies, business development companies, agents, lenders, public and private borrowers, commercial banks, and other financial institutions. Adam has significant experience advising on a broad range of financing transactions, including first and second lien credit facilities, asset-based and cash-flow based financings, acquisition financing, refinancings, and recapitalizations.
Before joining O’Melveny, Adam was an associate in the Corporate and Leveraged Finance Groups at a leading international law firm.
- New Jersey
- New York
- Villanova University, J.D.: Order of the Coif; Associate Editor, Villanova Law Review
- Penn State University, B.S., Finance
- “2020: Financing Private Equity Transactions in a New Decade,” ICLG Lending and Secured Finance Laws and Regulations 2020 (April 7, 2020)
- “Trends in the Expanding Global Private Credit Market: What to Expect for 2018 and Beyond,” ICLG Guide to Lending and Secured Finance 2018 (April 2018)
- American Express Global Business Travel in its £212 million bridge facility with Morgan Stanley for the acquisition of the Hogg Robinson Group, a leading Europe-based business travel company
- American Express Global Business Travel in its US$300 million senior secured Term Loan B and multicurrency revolving facility with Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs for the refinancing of its acquisition bridge facility for the purchase of the Hogg Robinson Group
- Court Square Capital Partners, in connection with a US$420 million first lien, US$145 million second lien and US$70 million asset based revolving credit facility for its acquisition of Recess Holdings, Inc., a manufacturer of playground, fitness and outdoor recreational equipment
- Sterling Investment Partners in connection with a US$233.5 million first lien and US$64 million second lien financing for its acquisition of Mar-Cone Appliance Parts Co., a distributor of appliance repair parts
- One Equity Partners, in connection with a term loan and revolving credit facility to finance the acquisition of Orion Systems Integrators, LLC, a provider of digital transformation and automation services to large enterprise customers across the financing and professional services, communications, media, professional sports, entertainment, education and healthcare industries
- Centric Brands Inc. (NASDAQ: "CTRC"), in connection with a US$1.2 billion financing for its carve-out acquisition of a significant portion of Global Brands Group Holding Limited’s (Hong Kong listed: SEHK) North American licensing business
- Prospect Capital Corporation, in connection with a term loan and revolving credit facility to finance the acquisition of Rosa Mexicano Holdings, Inc., a chain of Mexican restaurants
- PNC Bank, in connection with a US$300 million syndicated revolving credit facility and a US$30 million term loan facility provided to one of the largest independent food distributors in the United States