Jeffrey Goldfarb and Viktor Okasmaa Serve as Contributing Editors for the 2021 Edition of Acquisition Finance

April 14, 2021

Mr. Goldfarb and Mr. Okasmaa also contributed the U.S. chapter for Acquisition Finance 2021, which addresses the provisions and obligations for debtors and creditors in structuring international acquisitions.

Partners Jeffrey Goldfarb and Viktor Okasmaa served as contributing editors for the ninth edition of Acquisition Finance, a Lexology Getting the Deal Through publication. Acquisition Finance addresses the provisions and obligations for debtors and creditors in structuring international acquisitions. Issues covered include: General structuring of financing, foreign law and investment, debt, guarantees and collateral, funding, flex provisions, securities demands, enforcement, Debtor-in-Possession (DIP) financing and discount debt instruments. The publication comprises chapters on Denmark, Hong Kong, Japan, Luxembourg, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United States.

Mr. Goldfarb and Mr. Okasmaa also contributed the U.S. chapter, which provides a comprehensive overview on a host of topics including general structuring and financing, guarantees and collateral, debt commitment letters and acquisition agreements, enforcement of claims and insolvency, and current trends.
Lexology Getting the Deal Through series provides international expert analysis in key areas of law, practice and regulation for corporate counsel, cross-border legal practitioners and company directors and officers.

Mr. Okasmaa serves as Chair of the firm’s Finance Practice Group, representing private equity sponsors, corporations, direct lenders and investment banks in connection with a wide variety of financing transactions. Mr. Goldfarb serves as Vice Chair of the group and has significant experience in complex debt transactions for borrowers and lenders, with a special emphasis on leveraged acquisition financings and debt restructuring.

Click here to read the U.S. chapter. Click here for the full edition, with links to all jurisdictions covered (subscription required).