Sheppard Mullin’s Restructure THIS! podcast explores the latest trends and controversies in Chapter 11 bankruptcy, commercial insolvency and distressed investing. In this episode, we’re joined by Stacey Rosenberg, partner in the Finance & Bankruptcy Group in Sheppard Mullin’s Los Angeles office. We discuss the rise of direct lending and private finance, current trends in middle-market loans, predictions for whether the overall volume will drive restructuring activity in the near future and the role of private debt financing in the motion picture and entertainment industry.
Stacey joined Sheppard Mullin a little over a year ago, and has been representing lenders, borrowers and equity sponsors in a variety of debt finance transactions for more than 25 years. While her practice in recent years has primarily focused on private lending, Stacey’s expertise and experience includes senior secured credit facilities, leveraged buyouts, workouts and out-of-court restructurings, exit financings and secured bond transactions.
Her in-depth experience and transactional knowledge, combined with a unique focus in the entertainment industry, allows Stacey to provide clients with highly specialized advice in connection with credit facilities, film securitizations, motion picture co-production and distribution arrangements and sale transactions.
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