Rebecca Emory is a partner of White & Case's Global Capital Markets Practice.
Rebecca advises clients, including banks, private equity houses and major corporations, on high yield bond offerings and public and private debt and equity transactions.
Prior to joining White & Case in 2014, she practiced at another major international law firm both in its Frankfurt and London offices.
Peach Property, 2019
Advised J.P. Morgan and Credit Suisse as Initial Purchasers on the issuance of EUR 250 million senior high-yield bonds by Peach Property Finance GmbH.
Advised Consus Real Estate AG in connection with the original issuance of EUR 400 million senior secured high-yield bonds and additional tap-up issuance of EUR 50 million senior secured high-yield bonds.
Advised BNP Paribas and UniCredit Bank AG on the EUR 400 million capital increase of Symrise AG.
Zur Rose Group, 2018
Advised Swiss Zur Rose Group AG on its CHF200 million rights offering, which was completed in connection with the acquisition of the online pharmacy competitor medpex.
Consolidated Energy, 2018
Advised Consolidated Energy Limited on the issue of US$400 million high-yield bonds and US$125 million floating rate high-yield bonds.
Summit Germany, 2018
Advised Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank AG as Initial Purchasers on the issuance of EUR 300 million senior high-yield bonds by Summit Germany Limited.
Advised joint global coordinators BNP Paribas, HSBC, J.P. Morgan and UniCredit on the issuance of EUR 275 million senior high-yield bonds by Nordex SE.
Advised joint bookrunners Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley and Berenberg in connection with the original issuance of EUR 270 million senior high-yield bonds and additional tap-up issuance of EUR 130 million senior high-yield bonds.
Zur Rose Group, 2017
Advised Swiss Zur Rose Group AG on its CHF 252 million IPO on the SIX Swiss Exchange.
Advised Hapag-Lloyd AG in connection with the original issuance of EUR 250 million senior high-yield bonds and additional tap-up issuance of EUR 200 million senior high-yield bonds.
Meyer Burger, 2016
Advised joint bookrunners Credit Suisse and UBS on the CHF 164.5 million capital increase of Switzerland-based Meyer Burger Technology.
Advised Stabilus on the acquisition financing of ACE, Hahn Gasfedern and Fabreeka/Tech Products, three subsidiaries of the Swedish SKF Group, including its EUR 159 million fully documented capital increase.
Advised the global coordinators Deutsche Bank, J.P. Morgan and Citigroup on the EUR 294 million IPO of the German wind turbine manufacturer Senvion on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
Advised a bank syndicate led by Deutsche Bank and J.P. Morgan on the EUR 1.5 billion leveraged buyout of Senvion SE (now Senvion GmbH) by Centerbridge Capital Partners including a secured EUR125 million multicurrency revolving credit facility, a secured EUR 825 million multicurrency letter-of-guarantee facility, a secured EUR 180 million super senior cash liquidity facility, as well as secured EUR 400 million high-yield bonds, together with an amendment and restatement agreement required to achieve a successful offering of Senvion GmbH's parent company Senvion S.A.
Advised Swiss airline caterer specialist gategroup on: (a) the refinancing and upsizing of its revolving credit facility to EUR 240 million, which was partially used to redeem some of its EUR 350 million 6.75% senior high-yield bonds due 2019; (b) a new EUR 250 million term loan facility, which was used to redeem the balance of its EUR 350 million 6.75% senior high-yield bonds due 2019; and (c) the further upsizing of its revolving credit facility to EUR 350 million.
Advised IPO global coordinators Berenberg, Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs on the EUR 304 million IPO of Hapag-Lloyd on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
Advised a bank syndicate led by Deutsche Bank AG and UBS on the CHF2 billion IPO of Sunrise Communications AG Group on the SIX Swiss Exchange and its CHF500 million senior secured high-yield bonds.
Best Lawyer Germany in Capital Markets Law, Handelsblatt 2021