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Brian Rogers advises hedge funds, private equity funds, financial institutions and private companies in a variety of debt financing transactions in all levels of the capital structure, including, leveraged buyouts, restructurings, rescue financings and other special situation transactions. Brian’s practice also includes a focus on structured transactions involving commodities and derivatives.

  • Represented an ad hoc committee of lenders in connection with the pre-arranged chapter 11 case of Panda Temple Power LLC, which included debtor-in-possession financings and $210 million of exit financing in the form of first lien notes and second lien notes.
  • Represented a leading international financial institution in a secured debtor-in-possession intermediation facility to Philadelphia Energy Solutions.
  • Represented a syndicate of leading international financial institutions in connection with a $1.1 billion cross-border senior secured facility to finance assets in connection with Macquarie’s acquisition of Cargill’s power and gas business.
  • Represented a leading international financial institution in providing a senior secured term credit facility and secured intermediation facility in connection with One Rock Capital’s acquisition and ongoing operations of Chevron’s Hawaiian refining, distribution and retail assets.
  • Represented a leading international financial institution in a cross-border secured inventory monetization transaction with a publicly traded Canadian steel refiner. 
  • Represented a leading commodity dealer in a secured inventory repurchase transaction with a steelwork manufacturer to finance portions of the company’s steel slab and hot rolled coil. 
  • Speaker, "Structuring Prepayment Transactions in the Commodities Markets," Strafford Webinar, February 11, 2021
  • Co-author, "COVID-19 Risks For Over-The-Counter Derivatives Markets," Law360, March 19, 2020

J.D., Boston University School of Law, 2013

B.S., University of South Florida, 2009

Brian Rogers advises hedge funds, private equity funds, financial institutions and private companies in a variety of debt financing transactions in all levels of the capital structure, including, leveraged buyouts, restructurings, rescue financings and other special situation transactions. Brian’s practice also includes a focus on structured transactions involving commodities and derivatives.

Representative Matters

  • Represented an ad hoc committee of lenders in connection with the pre-arranged chapter 11 case of Panda Temple Power LLC, which included debtor-in-possession financings and $210 million of exit financing in the form of first lien notes and second lien notes.
  • Represented a leading international financial institution in a secured debtor-in-possession intermediation facility to Philadelphia Energy Solutions.
  • Represented a syndicate of leading international financial institutions in connection with a $1.1 billion cross-border senior secured facility to finance assets in connection with Macquarie’s acquisition of Cargill’s power and gas business.
  • Represented a leading international financial institution in providing a senior secured term credit facility and secured intermediation facility in connection with One Rock Capital’s acquisition and ongoing operations of Chevron’s Hawaiian refining, distribution and retail assets.
  • Represented a leading international financial institution in a cross-border secured inventory monetization transaction with a publicly traded Canadian steel refiner. 
  • Represented a leading commodity dealer in a secured inventory repurchase transaction with a steelwork manufacturer to finance portions of the company’s steel slab and hot rolled coil. 

Speeches & Events

  • Speaker, "Structuring Prepayment Transactions in the Commodities Markets," Strafford Webinar, February 11, 2021

Publications

  • Co-author, "COVID-19 Risks For Over-The-Counter Derivatives Markets," Law360, March 19, 2020

Admitted To Practice

New York

Education

J.D., Boston University School of Law, 2013

B.S., University of South Florida, 2009