Charley E. Lozada is an Associate in the Corporate Department, resident in the New York office. She has experience in a wide range of corporate matters, with a focus on capital markets transactions, privacy and data security matters, and intellectual property and technology transactions.
Charley has experience representing investment banks and issuers in connection with 144A high-yield debt financings, municipal bond offerings, public equity offerings, private placements, exchange offers, tender offers, and consent solicitations.
Her recent capital markets representations include:
The Dress Barn, Inc. in its exchange offer for up to $112.5 million aggregate principal amount of its outstanding convertible notes
Icahn Enterprises L.P. and Icahn Enterprises Finance Corp., as co-issuers, in a $2 billion Rule 144A high-yield bond offering, concurrent tender offers and consent solicitations of outstanding notes, and related acquisition of majority stakes in American Railcar Industries, Inc. and Viskase Companies, Inc.
Jefferies & Company and Banc of America Merrill Lynch, as joint bookrunning managers, in a $210 million Rule 144A high-yield notes offering of Altra Holdings, Inc.
Western Liberty Bancorp (formerly known as Global Consumer Acquisition Corp.), a special purpose acquisition company, in its stockholder vote regarding its acquisition of Service1st Bank of Nevada and the removal of special purpose acquisition company-related restrictions on operations
One of the leading integrated scrap metal recyclers in the Southeastern U.S. in its debt restructuring, including an exchange offer for up to $115 million aggregate principal amount of its outstanding notes, a consent solicitation and entry into a new revolving credit facility
Citigroup as underwriter of the municipal bond offering by the New York Industrial Development Agency in connection with the construction of the new stadium for the New York Mets
Charley also handles an array of pro bono matters, providing general corporate assistance to a number of not-for-profit organizations. She represents clients in association with Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, an organization that delivers legal services and information to individual artists, arts professionals and cultural institutions.