Stephen Mandel represents lenders and borrowers in debt financing transactions. He counsels banks, specialty finance companies, insurance companies and other capital providers, public and private large and middle market companies, private equity funds, and family offices and similar enterprises in connection with leveraged and asset-based credit facilities, mezzanine and subordinated debt structures, private debt and direct lending matters, and a myriad of other credit arrangements.
Stephen's experience includes the representation of administrative agents, collateral agents, lead arrangers, commercial lenders, corporate sponsors, and their portfolio companies with respect to domestic and international financings across a number of industries. In over 15 years of practice, Stephen has assisted clients in structuring and funding complex leveraged buyouts and other acquisition facilities, recapitalizations, multicurrency facilities, first and second lien arrangements, secured and unsecured cash-flow and asset-based syndicated facilities, and various other financial arrangements and debt offerings.
Stephen began his legal career as an associate in the finance practice of an AmLaw 100 firm in New York and most recently served as a partner in the finance group of a multinational law firm in Pittsburgh.
- Fordham University (J.D. 2004); The Pennsylvania State University (B.S. 2001)
- Pennsylvania and New York