David Teh

New York
  • 1271 Avenue of the Americas
  • New York, NY 10020
  • USA
 
 

David Teh is a partner in the Finance Department and a member of the Recruiting Committee. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Teh worked in the New York and London offices of a leading international law firm. He also previously worked in the Sydney office of a major Australian law firm.

Mr. Teh has handled a wide range of finance and securities matters including leveraged and corporate bank financings. During the course of such matters, he has represented numerous investment banks, commercial banks, and direct lenders, as well as a number of financial sponsors and corporate borrowers.

Mr. Teh’s recent representative matters include:

  • The joint lead arrangers in connection with the senior credit facilities for Technicolor S.A.
  • Jefferies Finance in connection with its senior credit facilities to Liquidnet Inc.
  • The lead arranger and administrative agent in connection with the senior credit facilities for the Hicks Sports Group including the subsequent restructuring and sale of the Texas Rangers and Dallas Stars
  • The lead arranger and administrative agent in connection with its senior credit facilities to Arisocrat Leisure
  • CIT in connection with the senior credit facilities for the New Jersey Devils including its subsequent restructuring and sale
  • The lead arranger and administrative agent in connection with its senior credit facilities relating to Thoma Bravo’s acquisition of Qlik Technologies Inc.
  • The lead arranger and administrative agent in connection with its senior credit facilities relating to Thoma Bravo’s acquisition of Frontline Technologies
  • Baring Private Equity Asia with respect to the senior credit facilities for the ‘take-private’ of ASX-listed SAI Global
  • Baring Private Equity and CPPIB in connection with the senior bank financing for the ‘take-private’ of NYSE-listed Nord Anglia Education
  • Huntsman Corporation with respect to its senior credit facilities and related financings for its acquisition of Rockwood Specialty Chemicals and its spinoff of Venator Materials PLC
  • Venator Materials PLC with respect to its senior credit facilities in connection with its ‘spin-off’ from Huntsman Corporation
  • Compass Minerals with respect to its senior credit facilities
  • Neuberger Berman with respect to its non-investment grade and, subsequently, investment grade credit facilities
  • Phillips Edison in connection with its various senior credit facilities with BAML, KeyBank, and additional lenders
  • St Louis Blues in connection with its credit facilities with the NHL League-wide financings
 
 
 
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