Angie Batterson has advised clients in complex leveraged financing transactions across a broad array of industries, including health care, telecommunications, media, manufacturing, and energy, for 20 years. She represents financial institutions, sponsors, issuers, and mezzanine providers in private debt financings, including in connection with secured and unsecured senior credit facilities, first lien/second lien credit facilities, unitranche facilities, and mezzanine financings. Angie also advises on intercreditor agreements and distressed debt financings, including debtor-in-possession (DIP) financings, fund to fund loans, and senior housing loans.
She is a frequent speaker and has recently covered topics as unitranche, agreements among lenders in workouts, and the practical impact on recent revisions to 956. Angie is the past chair of the State Bar of Georgia UCC Committee and has extensive experience in all areas of asset-based lending, with respect to both domestic and cross-border transactions. She is also very active in women's initiatives at Jones Day and within the New York finance community.
- Loyola University Chicago (J.D. magna cum laude 1998; University of Illinois (B.A. 1987)
- New York and Georgia
- The Legal 500