Adela S.Woliansky


New York + 1.212.326.3670

Adela Woliansky practices corporate law, focusing on banking and finance transactions. She represents lenders, agents, financial institutions, and corporations on a variety of financing transactions with a focus on corporate and acquisition finance. Her transactional experience covers a wide range of industries including financial services, energy, media and communications, health care, and food and beverage.

Adela also has advised developers and corporations on a broad range of energy transactions, including derivative transactions for the purchase and sale of energy-related commodities and environmental credits. In addition, she has significant knowledge of the regulatory landscape for the implementation of offshore wind projects in the U.S.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Adela spent two years as an associate at a leading international law firm in Australia where she completed rotations in the telecommunications, M&A, and banking and finance practice groups.

Adela has contributed to articles in legal publications and has extensively researched blockchain technology, and in particular smart contracts. She is a member of the Firm's Blockchain Initiative.


  • Webster Bank provides $20 million credit agreement to Allergy & ENT Associates Management LLCJones Day represented Webster Bank, N.A. as administrative agent, lender, and letter of credit issuer, in connection with a new credit agreement with Allergy & ENT Associates Management LLC, a Texas limited liability company and the owner of a network of surgery, allergy, and ENT centers in the United States.
  • Range Media Partners raises initial capital for companyJones Day represented Range Media Partners, LLC (f/k/a 3M Media Company, LLC) and its founders in connection with the seed financing round of the company, which will operate a talent management and media company business.
  • Pemberton Asset Management Group and Permira Debt Managers Limited provide significant unitranche financing for acquisition of Euro Techno Com GroupJones Day represented Pemberton Asset Management Group and Permira Debt Managers Limited in connection with a significant unitranche financing for the acquisition of the Euro Techno Com Group ("ETC"), a distributor of equipment and supplies for the telecommunications market, by Carlyle European Technology Partners.
  • iAero Group acquires Swift AirJones Day advised iAero Group LLC (f.k.a. Blue Skies Aerospace Group LLC), as majority shareholder of the iAero Group, in its purchase of Swift Air, the leading independent U.S. airline charter business.
  • Large financial institution provides financing for acquisition of customs brokerage and trade servicesJones Day represented a large financial institution, as administrative agent and lender, in a first lien and second lien financing in connection with a private equity firm’s acquisition of a customs brokerage and trade services firm.
  • Trico Group acquires Performance Pumps business of UCI International HoldingsJones Day advised Trico Group Holdings, LLC in connection with its acquisition of the Performance Pumps business of UCI International Holdings.
  • FTI Consulting amends and restates $550 million senior secured credit facilityJones Day represented FTI Consulting, Inc., a global business advisory firm, in connection with the amendment and restatement of its $550 million senior secured multicurrency revolving credit facility.
  • Bank of Montreal amends senior secured credit facilities for Blue Bird Body CompanyJones Day represented Bank of Montreal, as administrative agent, in connection with an amendment to its senior secured credit facilities for Blue Bird Body Company, a school bus manufacturer.
  • Agent bank provides $101.5 million secured credit facility to leading wireless tower operatorJones Day represented an agent bank in connection with a $101.5 million syndicated senior secured credit facility to a leading wireless tower operator.
  • Athyrium Capital Management invests in Village Practice Management Company via notes and warrantsJones Day advised Athyrium Capital Management, LP in connection with its investment in Village Practice Management Company, LLC, a venture stage healthcare and technology company that partners with primary care providers to facilitate their shift from volume-based to value-based compensation models, of up to $80 million of Senior Secured Notes with warrants in a private placement.
  • General Mills executes virtual power purchase agreement with RES Cactus Flats Wind Energy to purchase financial electricity and renewable energy creditsJones Day represented General Mills Operations, LLC in executing a virtual power purchase agreement/wind energy commodity swap with RES Cactus Flats Wind Energy, LLC, an affiliate of RES America Developments Inc., to purchase financial electricity and renewable energy credits for a 15-year term from an anticipated 148.35 megawatt wind energy project in Texas.
  • Citizens Bank provides term loans to TouchTunes Interactive NetworksJones Day represented Citizens Bank, N.A. in connection with incremental term loans provided to TouchTunes Interactive Networks, Inc., a large interactive entertainment platform, in the principal amount of $70 million (First Lien) and $15 million (Second Lien).
  • Answers Corp. DIP/First Lien Lender Group receives 96 percent of equity as debtor emerges pursuant to prepackaged plan of reorganizationJones Day represented a group of first lien term loan lenders of Answers Holdings Inc., a leading global provider of high-quality internet content and customer solutions, in its prepackaged chapter 11 cases.
  • Jefferies Finance refinances senior secured credit facilities for Internap CorporationJones Day represented Jefferies Finance LLC, as sole lead arranger and sole bookrunner, in connection with the refinancing of senior secured credit facilities for Internap Corporation, a global supplier of IT infrastructure services.
  • Procter & Gamble sells its beauty brands to Coty for $12.5 billionThe Procter & Gamble Company ("P&G") has merged its 43 beauty brands ("RMT Brands") of global salon professional hair care and color, retail hair color, cosmetics, and fine fragrance businesses, along with select hair styling brands with Coty Inc. in a Reverse Morris Trust transaction for $12.5 billion.