Maxim Arrazola de Oñate
Maxim is an associate in the BeLux Transactional practice and the Global Debt Finance and Capital Markets practice.
His practice mainly focuses on a broad range of financing transactions and debt capital structures, including cross-border acquisition and leveraged financings (with a focus on syndicated facilities and direct lending transactions), securitizations, bridge facilities, bank/bond financings, and other lending transactions.
Maxim holds a master's degree in law from Leuven University as well as a master of business administration from the Antai College of Economics and Management at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
Prior to joining White & Case, he worked at the Banking and Finance department of an international law firm.
Advising LeasePlan, one of the world's leading leasing companies, on a landmark EUR 500 million ABS programme involving its Belgian leasing fleet.*
Advising a leading BeNeLux automotive services company on its EUR 250 million inaugural Belgian private STS-verified securitisation programme of auto lease and residual value receivables.*
Advising Milcobel, a Belgian dairy cooperative, on refinancing crisis debt taken out during the depths of the coronavirus pandemic through a EUR 166 million term and revolving credit facilities agreement.*
Advising, as transaction counsel, an international logistics service provider and port operator as well as the Belgian branch of a leading Dutch bank on EUR 200 million term loan.*
Advising an American investment company on an aborted acquisition of a Belgian financial institution.*
Advising AXA Bank Europe on changes and amendments to its EMTN covered issuance program.*
Advising a leading Belgian real estate company on the issuance, offering and Euronext Growth listing of its inaugural sustainability bond program.*
Advising a Danish state-owned infrastructure development company on the statistical classification of the combined EUR 8 billion balance sheet of itself and various subsidiaries.*
Advising Tikehau Capital, a global alternative asset management group, on its successful bid to act as manager of the EUR 350 million Belgian federal recovery fund.*
* Matters handled prior to joining White & Case in 2022