Binoy Dharia is a partner in White & Case's Debt Finance practice, based in New York.
Binoy's practice focuses primarily on representing private equity sponsors and corporate borrowers in relation to a wide range of leveraged, corporate finance and M&A transactions, including domestic and cross-border acquisition finance, asset-based financings, investment grade facilities and dividend recapitalizations. Binoy also has extensive experience with liability management transactions and financial restructurings, including debtor-in-possession and exit financings.
Binoy currently serves as the Chair of the Firm's Global Diversity Committee.
Representation of Mill Point Capital in connection with various financing transactions in relation to several of its portfolio companies.
Representation of DC Capital Partners in connection with various financing transactions in relation to several of its portfolio companies.
Representation of JBS SA, the world's largest beef, pork, poultry, and lamb processing company, in connection with various financing transactions.
Representation of the Xerox Corporation, a manufacturer of office equipment, including scanners, printers and multifunction systems, in connection with its senior secured credit facilities.
Representation of CVC Capital Partners on the financing of its acquisition of a controlling stake in MedRisk, the largest US managed care organization dedicated to the physical rehabilitation of injured workers.
Representation of CVC Capital Partners on the financing of its acquisition of beauty and personal care products company PDC Brands.
Representation of Stone Point Capital LLC on the financing of its acquisition of Safe-Guard Products International, LLC.
Representation of Strike, LLC, and its affiliated debtors in the sale of substantially all of their assets and confirmation of a liquidating plan in their chapter 11 cases.
Representation of CITIC Capital on the financing of its acquisition through its subsidiary Harbin Pharmaceutical Group Holding Co., Ltd. of substantially all of the assets of GNC Holdings Inc. pursuant to Section 363 of the United States Bankruptcy Code.
Representation of American Industrial Partners in connection with its acquisition of Rand Logistic, Inc. pursuant to a pre-packaged Chapter 11 plan.
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