Shameer Shah | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
 Shameer Shah
 Shameer Shah

Shameer Shah

Associate, London

T +44 20 7532 1215

E shameer.shah@whitecase.com

Overview

Shameer Shah is an associate in the Firm's Banking Group. His experience includes advising banks, private equity houses and corporate borrowers in relation to leveraged and acquisition finance transactions and general bank lending, as well as acting for servicers and special servicers in the commercial real estate market.

Bars and Courts

  • England and Wales

Education

  • LPC, Kaplan Law School
  • LLB (Hons), King's College London

Languages

  • English
  • Gujarati

Experience

Acting for Empark Aparcamientos y Servicios, S.A. as borrower with respect to a new €30,000,000 super senior revolving credit facility, launched concurrently with a New York law governed high yield bond offering of €235,000,000 6.75% senior secured notes due 2019 and €150,000,000 senior secured floating rate notes due 2019. Empark Aparcamientos y Servicios, S.A. is the leading operator of car parks in Spain and Portugal, as well as having operations in England, Andorra and Turkey.

Acting for a life sciences conglomerate as borrower in connection with its pre-pack administration and consequent restructuring of its €400 million LBO facilities from 2010 when an M&A process driven by the lenders to the group (whose facilities were in default) concluded without a purchaser at the right value.

Acting for Intermediate Capital Group PLC as sponsor and mezzanine lender on its £125 million secondary buy-out of a convenience foods manufacturer from Bridgepoint Capital and its management team, funded by way of equity, senior and mezzanine debt.

Acting for a UK clearing bank as senior lender in relation to seven buy-and-build bolt-on acquisitions made by a Sovereign Capital-backed company, which is one of the largest community-based care and support services providers nationally.

Acting for Capita Asset Services, as servicer acting for the lenders, on the restructuring of a €90 million loan to Edinburgh House, which was secured against properties throughout Germany. The loan formed part of the underlying collateral to a synthetic securitization.