Shahid I. Jamil

Chicago
  • 330 North Wabash Avenue, Suite 2800
  • Chicago, IL 60611
  • USA
 
 

Shahid Jamil is a counsel in the Chicago office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the firm’s Finance Department. Mr. Jamil’s practice focuses on general corporate lending, acquisition, and leveraged finance.

 

Mr. Jamil's representative transactions include advising:

  • JP Morgan on a €215,000,000 and £80,000,000 senior and second lien facilities agreement for the acquisition of Photobox Holdco Limited
  • Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, and Barclays Bank on a €40,000,000 super senior revolving credit facility in connection with the acquisition of the Balta Group
  • Acting for Deutsche Bank on a €75,000,000 super senior revolving credit facility and €400,000,000 super senior guarantee facility in connection with the acquisition of the GEA Heat Exchangers group   
  • Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, and Deutsche Bank on the intercreditor arrangements in connection with two revolving credit facilities, senior secured notes, senior notes and a US term loan (comprising €15.75 billion) for Numericable and Altice   
  • Hellman and Friedman on a €745,000,000 senior and second lien facilities agreement for the acquisition of Scout24 GmbH (and related dividend recap)   
  • PAI Partners SAS on a €365 million 7% senior secured noted issued by, and €50 million revolving credit facility advanced to, Cerba European Lab SAS
  • Hellman and Friedman on a £425,000,000 senior facilities agreement and a £170,000,000 mezzanine facility agreement for the acquisition of Wood & Mackenzie (and related dividend recap)
  • Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan as initial purchasers and arrangers and lenders in connection with €220 million senior secured noted issued by, and €80 million revolving credit facility advanced to, HellermannTyton Finance PLC
  • Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank as initial purchasers and arrangers and lenders in connection with €250 million 11¾% senior secured noted issued by, and €15 million revolving credit facility advanced to, Ideal Standard Luxembourg Sarl
  • BC Partners on a SEK3.51 billion senior secured bridge facilities agreement, a SEK3.185 billion high yield bridge facility agreement and a SEK865,000,000 pay-in-kind bridge facility agreement for the acquisition of Com Hem AB
  • Acting generally on bank/bond financings in respect of bids by European private equity houses  


 
 
 
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