Anastasiya Lisovskaya

Associate, New York



Anastasiya Lisovskaya is an associate in the New York office of White & Case LLP and a member of the Firm's Capital Markets practice group. Anastasiya advises financial institutions and companies in negotiating and structuring unique and complex securities transactions. 

Anastasiya's practice focuses on domestic and cross-border public and private securities offerings, including high-yield debt offerings, liability management transactions and structured financings. She has assisted domestic and foreign issuers, investment banks and sponsors on Rule 144A/Regulation S offerings, tender offers, consent solicitations, exchange offers, bridge financing commitments and securitizations of commercial vehicle and equipment fleets. Anastasiya also counsels clients on ongoing disclosure obligations and compliance requirements under the US securities laws.

Bars and Courts
New York State Bar
Yale Law School
Yale College


Representation of Roark Capital as private equity sponsor and its portfolio company, Arby's Restaurant Group, Inc., in connection with a US$485 million high-yield senior notes offering. The offering was part of a US$3.1 billion finance package for Arby's acquisition of Buffalo Wild Wings. In addition to the notes offering, the acquisition financing consisted of: a US$1.575 billion term loan; a US$150 million revolving credit agreement; US$890 million of equity financing provided by funds affiliated with Roark Capital and a US$23 million draw on Arby's existing securitization VFN facility.

Representation of the initial purchasers, led by Jefferies, in connection with the inaugural high yield offering by Largo Resources Ltd., a vanadium mining company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, consisting of US$150 million of senior secured notes.

Representation of the ad-hoc group of secured creditors of Concordia International, a publicly listed international generics pharmaceuticals business with sales in more than 90 countries, in connection with its US$3.7 billion recapitalization. The recapitalization reduced Concordia's total debt from around US$3.7 billion to approximately US$1.4 billion and allowed Concordia to benefit from US$586.5 million of new money injected by way of a private placement share sale. 

Ongoing representation of Element Financial Corporation in connection with all matters relating to its US commercial fleet leasing ABS program, including regular term and variable funding notes issuances, as well as representation of PHH Corporation in the 2014 sale of the program to Element Financial Corporation.