Christopher Chan is an associate in Weil’s Banking & Finance practice and is based in New York. Christopher 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.
Christopher has been part of the teams advising:
- Advent International Corporation in first and second lien term and revolving facilities to finance its acquisition of an approximately 50% stake in RxBenefits, Inc.
- Citi in £6.5 billion committed unsecured bridge financing to support the pending acquisition by Parker-Hannifin Corporation of Meggitt plc.
- Citi, as lead arranger and administrative agent, in $250 million senior secured debtor-in-possession facilities for Garrett Motion Inc.
- Cornell Capital in first lien term and ABL revolving facilities to finance its acquisition of INW Manufacturing LLC and INW's acquisition of Bee Health Ltd.
- The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. in a $2.5 billion senior unsecured multicurrency revolving credit facility to replace, and increase commitments under, its existing facility.
- General Electric Company in an amended $10 billion senior unsecured revolving credit facility to refinance and extend existing commitments.
- Goldman Sachs, as sponsor of GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II (GSAH), a SPAC, in $830 million first lien term and $50 million senior secured revolving facilities for Mirion Technologies, Inc. (at the time, a portfolio company of Charterhouse Capital Partners) to finance Mirion’s $2.6 billion business combination with GSAH.
- Goldman Sachs, as incremental lender, in $150 million senior secured term facilities for ProQuest LLC (a portfolio company of CIG, Atairos Management and Broad Street Principal Investments).
- Johnson & Johnson in its $10 billion 364-day revolving facility to refinance and reprice existing indebtedness.
- Marlin Equity Partners in senior secured facilities to finance its acquisition of TaxSlayer LLC.
- Signet Jewelers Limited in a $1.5 billion extended asset-based revolving credit facility.
Christopher received his J.D. from Cornell Law School and his B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley.