Adam Bernstein is an associate in Weil’s Banking & Finance practice and is based in New York. Adam participates in advising borrowers, private equity sponsors, banks and other financial institutions in a variety of financing transactions, including first and second lien credit facilities, middle market and large cap financings, cross-border and domestic acquisition financings, and debt restructuring transactions.
Adam has been part of the teams advising:
- 24 Hour Fitness Worldwide, Inc. in a $500 million superpriority senior secured debtor-in-possession facility to finance business operations during its chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings
- A major financial institution, as administrative agent, in a $1 billion senior secured term and revolving facility for Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc., to refinance existing indebtedness
- BroadStreet Partners, Inc. (a portfolio company of Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan) in a second lien term facility
- Core-Mark Holding Company, Inc. in a $750 million amended and extended senior secured revolving multicurrency facility
- Emerge Energy Services L.P. (a portfolio company of HPS Investment Partners) in a $100 million secured revolving facility to finance operations upon its exit from bankruptcy proceedings
- Goldman Sachs, as arranger, in a $140 million incremental senior secured EMEA term facility for GTT Communications, BV, the EMEA borrower under then-existing credit facilities of GTT Communications, Inc.
- Kayne Anderson, as a lender, in $117 million secured facilities to finance TZP's acquisition of Christy Sports L.L.C.
- MC Credit Partners, as administrative agent, sole lead arranger and bookrunner, in senior secured facilities to finance Ardian's acquisition of Acousti Engineering Company of Florida
- Picture Head Holdings, LLC (a portfolio company of Trive Capital) in an asset-based revolving credit facility
- Sumeru Equity Partners in a senior secured revolving facility to partially finance its acquisition of SocialChorus, Inc.
Adam received his J.D. from Emory University School of Law, where he was a member of the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal, and his B.A. from Baruch College.