Leia Pearl Andrew

Associate, New York

Biography

Overview

Leia Andrew is an associate in the New York Capital Markets Practice concentrating on securities transactions and general corporate representations.

Leia represents issuers and underwriters in debt and equity securities transactions. Leia's practice focuses on public and private securities offerings, including initial public offerings, high yield debt offerings and exchange offers, as well as esoteric securitizations, consent solicitations and other capital markets transactions in a wide variety of industries.

Bars and Courts
New York State Bar
Education
JD
University of Pennsylvania Law School
Certificate in Management
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
BA
Vanderbilt University
Languages
English
Spanish

Experience

Tufin Software Technologies
Represented Tufin Software Technologies, a provider of policy management software, in its $124 million IPO and listing on the NYSE. JPMorgan, Barclays and Jefferies acted as bookrunners.

Planet Fitness Holdings
Represented Guggenheim Securities, LLC, as sole structuring advisor and sole book-running manager, along with Citigroup Global Markets Inc. and ING Financial Markets LLC, as co-managers, in the $1.2 billion initial issuance and sale of asset-backed notes under a whole business securitization by Planet Fitness Master Issuer LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Planet Fitness Holdings, LLC.

Conuma Coal Resources
Represented Conuma Coal Resources Limited, a Canadian producer of high-grade metallurgical coal used in steel production, in its $200 million Rule 144A/Regulation S offering of high-yield senior secured notes. White & Case also represented Conuma in its concurrent entrance into a $25 million revolving credit facility. The notes offering was Conuma's debut issuance in the capital markets.

Calpine Corporation
Represented Calpine Corporation, the largest independent power generator in the United States, in connection with a private offering of senior secured notes in an aggregate principal amount of $560 million.