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Non-Traditional Lenders Introduce New Efficiencies in Today’s Lending Market

Date: Jun 03, 2024 @ 07:00 AM
Filed Under: Industry Insights

Jordan Klein, Partner and Co-Chair of the Asset-Based Lending Practice and Financial Services Industry Group at Winston & Strawn, explores the efficiencies generated by the rise of non-traditional lenders. Klein also provides insights into the debtor-in-possession market, current trends in handling traditional workout credits and more.

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Jordan Klein
Partner, Co-Chair of Asset-Based Lending Practice & Financial Services Industry Group | Winston & Strawn
Co-Chair of both Winston’s Asset-Based Lending Practice and Financial Services Industry Group, Jordan is recognized as one of the country’s go-to lawyers in asset-based lending and in the lender finance space, and has extensive experience advising clients in cash flow, leveraged, real estate, and other financial transactions. Jordan routinely advises banks, finance companies, and other lenders in complex credit transactions. He has extensive experience with various types of debt financings, including asset-based lending and cash-flow transactions, senior secured first lien and second lien loan financings, unitranche loan financings, and mezzanine loan financings. In addition, Jordan represents financial institutions in troubled loans/distressed lending transactions, loan workouts, restructurings, and debtor-in-possession financings. His practice also includes negotiating various intercreditor and subordination agreements in 1st lien/2nd lien, split collateral, and mezzanine financing scenarios.
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