Todd A. Matras serves as of counsel in Ice Miller’s Business group. He focuses his practice on corporate and securities matters with an emphasis on leveraged finance.

Todd has extensive experience representing agents, lenders, borrowers and equity sponsors in complex financial transactions including first-lien/second-lien credit facilities, cash-flow loans, asset-based loans, senior and subordinated debt transactions, acquisition financings, mezzanine debt facilities, convertible note offerings, warehouse facilities and structured finance transactions.

Todd also has significant experience with cross border financings and the restructuring and work-out of distressed credit facilities and indentures. 
Reported and Representative Cases
  • Representation of a printing company and its private equity sponsor in connection with a $60 million credit facility.
  • Representation of a distribution company and its private equity sponsor in connection with a US$65 million asset-based credit agreement.
  • Representation of agent in connection with a $20 million credit agreement with a media company.
  • Representation of agent in connection with a US$330 million credit agreement to finance the purchase of a health information technology company by a private equity fund.
  • Representation of a manufacturing company and its private equity sponsor in connection with a $15 million first lien credit agreement and $10 million second lien credit agreement.
  • Representation of agent in connection with US$113.5 million credit agreement to finance the purchase of a dental practice management company by a private equity fund.
  • Representation of a manufacturing company in connection with $12 million first-lien credit agreement and $15 million second lien credit agreement.
  • Representation of borrower and its private equity sponsor in connection with a US$180 million asset-based credit agreement to finance the purchase of a weight loss and nutrition company.
  • Representation of agent in connection with a US$125 million credit agreement with a manufacturing company.
  • Representation of a publicly traded manufacturing company in connection with its $275 million senior secured credit facility and its $60 million ESOP credit facility.
  • Representation of an automotive financing company in connection with the issuance of $90 million of holdco notes.
  • Representation of noteholders in connection with the restructuring of $700 million of Senior Notes issued by a global automotive company.
  • Representation of first-out lenders in connection with the potential work-out of a film and television studio with over $1.2 billion of liabilities.
  • Representation of noteholders in connection with the restructuring of $175 million of Senior Notes issued by a global construction company.
  • Representation of numerous investment funds in connection with their potential investment in debt issued by distressed companies.
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