Latham & Watkins advised Goldman Sachs Bank USA on its US$150 million receivables funding facility for Splitit Payments Limited (Splitit), a global payment solutions provider. The new three-year revolving facility is twice the size of Splitit’s existing credit facilities, supporting its US and European growth.
The Latham team was led by London finance
counsel Tom Cochran, advice was also provided on tax matters by New York
partner Jiyeon Lee-Lim, London partner Karl Mah and associate Ed Moberly; on US structured finance matters by New York
partner Graeme Smyth and Washington, D.C. counsel Brett Ackerman; on UK
regulation by London associates Becky Critchley and Denisa Odendaal; on German
regulation by Frankfurt partner Axel Schiemann; on data privacy by London
partner Gail Crawford and associate Lucy Tucker; on technology transaction
matters by London partner Christian McDermott; and on UK structured finance by
London associates Jonathan Lauras and Alima Laminu.