September 25, 2021

Volume XI, Number 268

Jacqueline E. Camp

Jackie is an experienced corporate lawyer that focuses her practice on representing both lenders and borrowers in debt finance transactions, with clients including private equity companies, non-traditional lenders, governmental agencies, and business clients of the firm.

Jackie began her corporate practice in 1988 at Ropes & Gray in Boston, advising public and private companies in a variety of sectors on everything from public company reporting to corporate finance to mergers and acquisitions, before narrowing her practice in the late-1990s to debt financing.

Jackie has extensive experience representing lenders in international financings. She regularly represents two US governmental agencies and a private equity company that specialize in international project finance, export finance and Microlending, and has negotiated, documented and closed impact investment financings around the globe, with particular emphasis on the developing world. Historically she has also represented several money center banks as agent banks in their syndicated finance transactions as well as in smaller club or single-bank loans.

Her borrower-side practice services the firm’s clients across sectors in advising on and negotiating their various debt facilities, including syndicated credit facilities, smaller loans, mezzanine financings and publicly-held notes. While some of these financings are on behalf of public companies, others are for middle-market and emerging companies. One area of particular focus is representing private equity companies and other institutional investors in financing the acquisition or ongoing funding of their portfolio companies.

Consistently ranked as one of the top banking & finance lawyers in North Carolina by Chambers USA, clients note that she “has tremendous experience and knowledge across all financing instruments." In fact, Jackie has extensive experience in international project finance.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Jacqueline E. Camp

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