AlexandraLevay (Alex)

Associate

Boston + 1.617.449.6906

Alexandra Levay advises public and private companies on a wide range of tax matters, including restructuring, financing, private equity, and tax planning and structuring, primarily focusing on U.S. federal, U.S. state, and international taxation.

Alex is dedicated to advising tax-exempt entities with respect to formation, tax-exempt status, and other federal tax implications.

Beyond her legal practice, Alex has more than 10 years of experience working with corporate executive teams in the areas of accounting, sales finance, and general corporate financial planning and analysis.

Experiência

  • Peabody Energy obtains $320 million revolving credit facilityJones Day represented Peabody Energy Corporation in connection with the establishment of a $320 million revolving credit facility with PNC Bank, National Association, as administrative agent.
  • Spark Networks obtains $110 million senior secured credit facility upon emergence from first-ever cross-border restructuring proceeding under German StaRUG, and recognized by U.S. chapter 15Jones Day represented Spark Networks SE (“Spark”), a Germany-based leading social dating platform, operating worldwide, together with Spark Networks, Inc. and Zoosk Inc., as co-borrowers, in connection with an amended $110 million secured credit facility provided by a U.S.-based private credit fund as part of Spark's emergence from a long-term forbearance and the first-ever cross-border restructuring proceeding under German StaRUG, where such proceeding was recognized under chapter 15 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
  • Silicon Mobility sold to IntelJones Day is advising Silicon Mobility SAS in the acquisition of the company by Intel Corporation.
  • Spark Networks' German StaRUG plan confirmed in first-ever cross-border restructuring under German StaRUG and U.S. chapter 15Jones Day is representing Spark Networks SE in the first-ever cross-border restructuring under the recently enacted German restructuring law ("StaRUG") and chapter 15 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code involving over $100 million of funded debt issued by a U.S.-based credit fund and guaranteed by other German and U.S. entities.
  • Cibus completes $20.3 million registered direct offeringJones Day represented Cibus, Inc. in connection with an underwritten offering of 2,106,723 shares of its Class A Common Stock and pre-funded warrants to purchase up to 50,000 shares of its Class A Common Stock for an aggregate purchase price of $20.3 million.
  • Affiliate of Centre Lane Partners acquires appliance business from Instant BrandsJones Day advised an affiliate of Centre Lane Partners in the acquisition and financing of the appliances business of Instant Brands, designer and distributor of kitchen and home appliances, including the Instant Pot, pursuant to Section 363 of title 11 of the United States Code.
  • Cascades enters into $60 million accounts receivable monetization facilityJones Day represented Cascades Inc., a producer of sustainable, innovative, and value-added packaging, hygiene and recovery solutions, and certain of its subsidiaries, in connection with a new $60 million accounts receivable monetization facility with Coöperatieve Rabobank U.A., New York Branch, as purchaser.
  • Newell Brands enters into trade receivables facilityJones Day advised Newell Brands Inc., a leading consumer products company, in connection with its seasonally adjusting $225-$275 million trade receivables facility with Royal Bank of Canada, as administrative agent.
  • Leading financial services company provides $110 million syndicated senior secured credit facility to private-equity backed wealth management and financial planning companyJones Day represented a leading financial services company, as lead arranger and administrative agent, in connection with a $110 million syndicated senior secured revolving credit facility provided to a private-equity backed wealth management and financial planning company.