Cornell Law School
JD, 2013

Senior Notes Editor, Cornell International Law Journal

Georgetown University
BS, 2010, magna cum laude



Joshua E. Peary


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Josh Peary counsels leading financial institutions, corporate borrowers and private equity sponsors in complex finance and restructuring transactions, including acquisition financings, working capital credit facilities and other secured asset-based and cash flow loans across a variety of industries and business sectors.

Practice Focus

Finance & Restructuring:  represents secured lenders, borrowers and equity sponsors in a range of financing transactions, including related real estate matters.

Representative Engagements

  • Represented RBS Business Capital, as agent, in connection with $450 million secured revolving credit facility (as part of $1.1 billion senior facility) for YRC Worldwide Inc., public company providing range of trucking services across North America and internationally.
  • Represented Bank of America, NA, as agent in connection with secured revolving credit and term loan facilities established by Office of Commissioner of Major League Baseball.
  • Represented agent in connection with senior secured credit facility for multinational technology company.
  • Represented private equity sponsor in securing financing from United States and Canadian lenders in connection with acquisition of Canadian industrial equipment manufacturer.
  • Represented agent in connection with $150 million United States and Canadian senior secured revolving credit facility for privately held national retail chain.
  • Represented media sales company in connection with securing financing from senior lender and junior SBIC lender.
  • Represented agent in connection with debtor-in-possession credit facility for national retail chain.
  • Represented agent in connection with senior secured credit facility used to finance acquisition of national beverage producer and distributor.

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