Eileen Baldwin

Eileen P. Baldwin

Counsel

Eileen P. Baldwin

Counsel

  • Overview

    Biography

    Eileen Baldwin's practice is concentrated in the area of commercial and corporate finance, asset-based lending, and other secured and unsecured financing. She has over three decades of experience and is a member of the firm's Finance Group.

    Commercial and Corporate Finance

    Ms. Baldwin represents both institutional lenders and borrowers in structuring, negotiating, and documenting sophisticated single and multiple-lender, single and multiple-obligor, multi-tiered, and syndicated financing transactions. She also represents both institutional lenders and borrowers in connection with loan workouts and debt restructuring matters.

    Ms. Baldwin routinely negotiates and documents multi-million dollar senior credit facilities involving revolving loans, term loans, and letter of credit facilities that are secured by all assets of the borrower and that include guaranties from the borrower’s subsidiaries and affiliates, equity interest pledge agreements, and complex intercreditor agreements. 
     

  • Experience
    • Experience

      Experience

      • Representation of a lender, as administrative and collateral agent and a lender, in a $17,600,000 senior secured construction-to permanent term loan facility, and also as the sole lender in a contemporaneous $6,150,000 senior subordinated construction-to-permanent term loan facility, provided to a borrower to fund the construction costs associated with the design, procurement, and installation of a 10.3 MW gas-fired combined co-generation and ice production facility in Staten Island, New York, secured by all personal and real property assets of the borrower and its affiliates, including their respective rights under all contracts with procurement contractors, interconnection agreements, and maintenance agreements and involving associated intercreditor, interparty, and other third-party issues.

      • Representation of a lender in a series of secured credit facilities involving working capital facilities, term loans, and mortgage loans, as well as related interest rate protection arrangements, to an integrated group of affiliate corporations.

      • Representation of a leading engineering, procurement and construction company in connection with the extension of secured project development loans to owners of large scale power projects. 

      • Representation of a publicly traded company and its subsidiaries in connection with a $50,000,000 secured revolving credit facility extended by a national banking association. 

      • Representation of administrative agent in a $200,000,000 syndicated loan facility to a publicly traded company that provides technology based payment processing and refund disbursement services to higher education institutions and their students. 

      • Representation of a national banking institution in numerous financial transactions in which the bank has provided credit support in conjunction with the issuance of revenue bonds by a Connecticut state agency on behalf of qualified borrowers. 

      • Representation of a national banking institution in a $20 million secured revolving loan facility to a group of related healthcare institutions. 

      • Representation of a borrower in connection with a $75,000,000 senior secured revolving loan facility with a $50,000,000 accordion feature provided by a syndicate of banks. 

    • Professional Associations

      Professional Associations

      American Bar Association
      Business Law Section

      Connecticut Bar Association
      Commercial Law and Bankruptcy Section