Paul Overmyer is counsel in Weil’s Banking & Finance practice and is based in New York. Paul works with private equity sponsors, borrowers and financial institutions on a variety of bank financing transactions, including acquisition financing, first and second lien credit facilities, asset-based lending and restructurings.
Paul has been named a “Rising Star” in Securities & Corporate Finance by New York Super Lawyers.
Paul has played a significant role on Weil teams advising:
- Advent International Corporation and/or certain of its portfolio companies in connection with:
- $350 million senior secured facilities for Definitive Healthcare, LLC to refinance existing indebtedness immediately following its initial public offering
- a $2.4 billion first and second lien term facilities for Serta Simmons Bedding LLC and its subsidiaries (a portfolio company of Advent International) and an amendment and restatement of their existing $225 million asset-based revolving facility in connection with a dividend recapitalization
- senior secured facilities primarily to finance the acquisition of QW Holding Corp. by Advent International Corporation
- a $376 million first lien credit facility and CAD$140 million second lien term loan to finance the acquisition of RGL Reservoir Management Inc. (formerly RGL Reservoir Operations, Ltd.) by Advent International Corporation and RGL Reservoir Management Inc. (a portfolio company of Advent International and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board) in its $75 million senior secured exit facility pursuant to a Canadian plan of arrangement
- $1.15 billion first and second lien credit facilities for Connolly Corporation (a portfolio company of Advent International Corporation) to finance its acquisition of iHealth Technologies, Inc.
- first and second lien facilities for Sovos Brands to, primarily, refinance existing indebtedness
- Antin Infrastructure Partners in $520 million first and second lien facilities to finance its acquisition of FirstLight Fiber
- American Securities and its portfolio company Air Methods Corporation in a $125 million senior secured incremental revolving facility
- Berkshire Partners and/or certain of its portfolio companies in connection with:
- a $537 million first and second lien credit facilities for Portillo’s Holdings, LLC (a portfolio company of Berkshire Partners) to refinance existing indebtedness
- a $220 million term loan facility, a $100 million asset-based revolving credit facility and $100 million of mezzanine notes to finance its acquisition of SRS Distribution Inc.
- a $140 million first lien incremental facility and $40 million second lien incremental facility for SRS Distribution to finance a dividend recapitalization
- Centerbridge Partners and/or certain of its portfolio companies in connection with:
- a $185 million senior secured term facility to finance Kronos Acquisition Holdings Inc.’s (a portfolio company of Centerbridge Partners), as the parent of KIK Custom Products, Inc., acquisition of NC Brands LP (f/k/a Natural Chemistry)
- secured term and asset-based revolving facilities to finance in part its acquisition of KIK Custom Products, Inc. and an amended $275 million ABL revolving facility for KIK Custom Products, Inc., to extend the maturity of the initial commitments
- $380 million secured facilities, comprised of a $300 million term loan and an $80 million asset-based credit facility, for Capmark Financial Group Inc., to finance Capmark's acquisition of Bluestem Brands, Inc.
- Direct ChassisLink, Inc. (a portfolio company of EQT Infrastructure) in $900 million first lien ABL, and $325 million second lien term, commitments to finance its acquisition of approximately 72,000 chassis and related customer contracts and hosting agreements from TRAC Intermodal, LLC
- JAB Holding Company, as leader of an investment group, and Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. (a portfolio company of JAB Holding Company), in $6.4 billion multicurrency senior secured facilities to finance in part the investment group's $13.9 billion take-private of Keurig Green Mountain, and Keurig Green Mountain, Inc., in a $100 million incremental senior secured term facility
- Lee Equity Partners in senior secured multicurrency facilities to finance its investment in McLarens
- Oak Hill Capital Partners in first lien term and revolving facilities and a second lien notes purchase agreement to finance its acquisition of EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants and EPIC in first lien incremental term loan and second lien senior notes facilities to finance its acquisition of Frenkel & Company and Cosmetic Insurance Services
- OMERS Private Equity in first and second lien facilities to finance its acquisition of Paradigm Outcomes
- Snow Phipps Group and/or certain of its portfolio companies in connection with:
- first and second lien facilities to finance its acquisition of Academy Fire Life Safety
- senior secured facilities and mezzanine notes to finance its acquisition of Electric Guard Dog, LLC
- senior secured facilities to finance its acquisition of Kele, Inc
- TA Associates in senior secured credit facilities to finance its acquisition of Professional Datasolutions, Inc.
- Trader Interactive, LLC (at the time, a portfolio company of Goldman Sachs and Eurazeo) in $445 million senior secured facilities, to, primarily, refinance existing indebtedness
- Subsidiaries of Black Knight, Inc. in various senior secured credit facilities and refinancing facilities and amendments thereto
- Ceridian HCM Holding Inc. (a publicly traded company backed by Thomas H. Lee Partners and Cannae Holdings, LLC) in $980 million senior secured IPO-related facilities to refinance existing indebtedness
- Ditech Holding Corporation (f/k/a Walter Investment Management Corp.) in the restructuring of its approximately $1.4 billion term loan as part of a prepackaged plan of reorganization under chapter 11, led by Weil, that also eliminated approximately $800 million of corporate debt
- Fidelity National Financial, Inc. (FNF) in an amendment to its $800 million revolving facility to extend the maturities of its loans and commitments thereunder
- Signet Group Limited, the largest specialty retail jeweler in the United States and the United Kingdom, in connection with:
- a $1.5 billion asset-based revolving credit facility and a $100 million FILO term loan to refinance existing indebtedness
- a $350 million senior unsecured bridge facility to finance its acquisitions of R2Net, Inc. and Segoma Imaging Technologies
- an $800 million credit facilities to finance in part its acquisition of Zale Corporation