Robert Morrison | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
 Robert Morrison
 Robert Morrison

Robert Morrison

Associate, Los Angeles

T +1 213 620 7707

E rmorrison@whitecase.com

Overview

Rob Morrison is an associate in the Bank Finance Practice Group of White & Case's Los Angeles office. Rob's practice focuses primarily on the representation of agent banks, senior lenders, lead arrangers, investors, private equity funds and other borrowers in connection with secured and unsecured syndicated credit facilities, private placements and leveraged acquisition financings which are domestic and global in nature. Rob also has experience in mergers and acquisitions and international asset-backed financing, purchases and leases of aircraft.

Bars and Courts

  • California State Bar

Education

  • JD, Loyola Law School Los Angeles
  • BA, Political Science, Johns Hopkins University

Languages

  • English

Experience

Representation of Deutsche Bank AG New York Branch in connection with a US$1.95 billion credit facility (consisting of a $1.65 billion senior secured term loan and a US Dollar denominated $300 million multicurrency revolving credit facility) and a $650m Senior Notes issuance, the proceeds of which were used to finance the acquisition by Carlyle Partners and BC Partners of one of the world's leading manufacturers of pumps and compressor parts, Hamilton Sundstrand Industrial, from United Technologies Corporation.

Representation of Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas in the arrangement of a US$175 million revolving credit facility for a global leader in chemical and petroleum-based products.

Representation of Deutsche Bank AG in the arrangement of a US$1.895 billion senior secured credit facility for the leading auto dealership computer software provider.

Representation of Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas in the arrangement of a US$275 million term credit facility for a major foods manufacturer in the southern United States.

Representation of Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas in the arrangement of US$225 million term and revolving credit facilities for a national family of companies specializing in the credit card processing industry.