Ben Borden practices in the areas of capital markets and general corporate law. His experience includes representing U.S. and international issuers and investment banks in connection with a variety of public and private transactions, including investment-grade, convertible, and high yield debt offerings; equity offerings; and exchange offers and tender offers. He also has advised U.S. and international clients on corporate governance, securities laws, and periodic reporting responsibilities. He has prepared and reviewed various '33 and '34 Act filings, including registration statements, proxy statements, and periodic filings.
Ben has worked with a variety of issuers and financial institutions, including multinational corporations, middle market companies, venture-stage companies, private equity firms, hedge funds, investment banks, and on transactions across many industries, including consumer products, automotive, health care, energy, media and telecommunications, and financial services.
- University of Minnesota (J.D. magna cum laude 2016; Order of the Coif); University of Wisconsin-Madison (B.A. in Political Science 2013; Honors College)
- New York