Christina Ramos is an associate in Weil’s Banking & Finance practice and is based in New York. Her practice focuses on advising institutional lenders, corporate borrowers, leading private equity sponsors, banks and other financial institutions in a variety of financing transactions, including cross-border and domestic acquisition financings, first and second lien credit facilities, asset based loans, direct and syndicated lending, investment grade lending, and debt restructuring transactions (including debtor-in-possession financing).
Christina also counsels pro-bono clients on a range of commercial and non-profit issues, including the Innocence Project and advising not-for-profit corporations on governance matters.
Christina has been part of the teams advising:
- American Securities in senior secured multicurrency facilities to finance its acquisition of Acuren.
- Aterian Investment Partners in secured term and revolving facilities to finance its acquisition of Pioneer Metal Finishing, LLC.
- Brookfield Property Partners L.P. (a publicly traded company owned, in part, by Brookfield Asset Management Inc.) in $6.4 billion secured facilities to finance in part its $14.4 billion acquisition of GGP Inc. (f/k/a General Growth Properties Inc.)
- Dave & Buster’s, Inc. in $500 million senior secured facilities to refinance existing indebtedness.
- Dynamo Software Ltd. (a portfolio company of Francisco Partners) in incremental senior secured facilities to finance its acquisition of Q-Biz Solutions, LLC.
- Portillo’s Holdings, LLC (a portfolio company of Berkshire Partners) in an incremental first lien term facility and an incremental second lien term facility to finance a dividend recapitalization.
- Snow Phipps Group in senior secured facilities to finance its acquisition of Brook and Whittle Holdings, Corp.
- SoftBank Group Corp. in $1.5 billion senior secured facilities to finance in part its $3.3 billion acquisition of Fortress Investment Group LLC.
- Sotheby's in its $1.1 billion revolving credit facility to refinance existing indebtedness.
- Tops Markets, LLC and certain of its affiliates, as debtors and debtors-in-possession, in (i) a $140 million senior secured post-petition asset-based revolving credit facility and (ii) a $125 million senior secured post-petition term loan facility, in each case, to provide liquidity during its bankruptcy proceedings and to repay certain prepetition indebtedness.
Christina received J.D. degree from Fordham University School of Law, where she graduated magna cum laude and served as an Articles and Notes Editor for the Fordham Law Review. She received her B.S. from Cornell University.