Commercial Lending

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Lindquist & Vennum represents a wide range of financial institutions and other capital finance providers in commercial lending transactions, ranging from complex syndicated credit facilities led by large national banking associations to single-lender community bank loan transactions. We also have expertise in several niche areas including Farm Credit System-led facilities, mezzanine loan transactions, leverage/sponsor financings and ESOP financings. Lindquist’s lending attorneys are known for providing practical solutions on a timely and efficient basis.

Our attorneys assist clients with: 

  • Multi-lender syndicated loan transactions
  • Farm Credit System led transactions
  • Asset-based lending transactions
  • Mezzanine financing
  • Private equity financing
  • Unitranche financings
  • Single lender commercial transactions
  • ESOP financing
  • Construction and real estate financing
  • Equipment financing

Working on transactions from million-dollar loans in the lower middle market to billion-dollar syndicated credit facilities for investment-grade borrowers, Lindquist attorneys have expertise in all aspects of the lending process, from determining the structure of the loans, collateral evaluation and perfection analysis, intercreditor and subordination issues, and enforcement of creditor rights. Clients praise Lindquist attorneys’ exceptional, efficient and timely service, as well as their ability to provide creative solutions to complex problems.  

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