Scott Moore has more than 25 years of experience as a banking and finance lawyer at top-tier law firms and as general counsel of an NYSE-listed international finance company. He advises agents, borrowers, lenders, originators, trustees, sponsors, and others on a broad spectrum of finance matters. Scott has advised on, and has structured, negotiated, and documented, a wide variety of sophisticated financing transactions, including secured and unsecured bilateral and syndicated credit arrangements, ABLs, multicurrency facilities, securitizations, letter of credit and commercial paper facilities, stand-by facilities, debtor-in-possession and exit financings, §363 sales, acquisition financings, restructurings, and workouts, ranging from a few million dollars to investment-grade matters involving several billion dollars. He also advises clients on intercreditor matters, UCC, PACA, and other lien and priority issues.
Scott's recent representations include representing Bank of America, as agent, in financings for several upper middle-market borrowers and in the debtor-in-possession financings and §363 sales of both Allens and AWI/White Rose; U.S. Bank, as trustee in connection with various RMBS trust matters; Ameren Corp. in their $2.1 billion loan facility; OGE Energy Corp. in their $900 million loan facility; Xcel Energy in their $2.45 billion loan facility; and USG in its $200 million asset-based revolving loan facility. Other clients include Cardinal Health, Enable Partners, The Riverside Company, and Wells Fargo Bank.
Scott has published a number of articles on commercial finance matters and market developments. He is a member of the Association for Corporate Growth.
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (J.D. magna cum laude 1988); University of Illinois at Chicago (B.S. with highest honors 1985)
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