Bryan Kultgen

Associate, Houston

Biography

Overview

Bryan is an associate in White & Case's Banking practice, and is resident in the Houston office. His practice focuses on the representation of commercial and investment banks, financial institutions, investors, private equity sponsors and corporate borrowers in connection with secured and unsecured credit facilities, domestic and cross-border acquisition financings and other complex lending transactions.

Bars and Courts
New York State Bar
Education
Juris Doctor
Indiana University
Master of Business Admin
Indiana University
Bachelor of Business Admin
George Washington University
Languages
English
Licensed only in the State of New York

Experience

Representation of Credit Suisse AG, Cayman Islands Branch, as administrative agent in connection with the credit facility comprised of $655 million in Initial Dollar Term Loans and €1billion in Initial Euro Term Loans and a multi-currency revolving credit facility of $30 million entered into with Helios Software Holdings, Inc., as the US borrower and ION Corporate Solutions Finance S.a.r.l., as the Luxembourg borrower, for the purposes of refinancing existing indebtedness.

Representation of Harvest Partners as Sponsor and TDG Group Holding Company as borrower to an acquisition financing credit facility consisting of a $430 million term loan, a $40 million revolving commitment and $75 million delayed draw term loan commitment.

Representation of Barclays Bank PLC, as lead arranger, and Deutsche Bank AG New York Branch, as agent, on the refinancing of a $700 million term loan B facility and revolving credit commitments in an aggregate principal amount of $375 million, for Trinseo Materials Operating S.C.A.

Representation of the Hertz Corporation in connection with a standalone letter of credit facility for letters of credit initially up to an aggregate face amount of $400 million.

Representation of American Industrial Partners in connection with the exit financing of Rand Logistics, Inc., following bankruptcy proceedings, consisting of a $170 million US Revolving Commitment, Canadian Revolving Commitment of $100 million, $8 million US term loan and $15.4 million Canadian term loan.

Representation of Jefferies Finance, as lead arranger and agent for the lenders, in connection with the third amendment to the credit agreement of Golden Nugget, pursuant to which amendment the senior secured term loan B's under the credit agreement were repriced.