Experience

    • Manulife Financial Corporation in its registered MJDS offering of $1.75 billion of senior notes consisting of $1.0 billion of 4.150% senior notes due 2026 and $750 million of 5.375% senior notes due 2046.
    • Stone Point Capital in a $1.34 billion senior secured term loan facility, $200 million senior secured revolving credit facility and $535 million offering of senior notes in connection with Stone Point’s significant equity investment in Alliant Insurance Services.
    • Westpac in its $1 billion offering of fixed rate covered bonds due 2016, pursuant to Rule 144A and Regulation S, the first offering of covered bonds by an Australian issuer in the United States.
    • Westpac in its $1.25 billion offering of 1.125% senior notes due 2015 and $1 billion offering of floating rate notes due 2015.
    • Westpac in the tender offer for its Australian-government guaranteed medium-term notes issued pursuant to Rule 144A.
    • Westpac it its $1 billion offering of 1.85% notes due 2013, its $1 billion offering of 3.0% notes due 2015 and its $400 million offering of floating rate notes due 2013.
    • Manulife Financial in its $600 million offering of 3.40% senior notes due 2015 and $500 million offering of 4.90% senior notes due 2020.
    • Westpac in its $1 billion offering of 2.1% notes due 2013 and $2 billion offering of 3% notes due 2015.
    • Manulife Financial Corporation in its Cd$2.5 billion offering of common shares.
    • Domtar in its $400 million offering of 10.75% senior notes due 2017.
    • Westpac in its $1.5 billion sale of three-year notes guaranteed by the Government of New Zealand.
    • Westpac in its $1 billion offering of stapled preferred securities in Australia, which includes a perpetual subordinated note issued by the New York branch and perpetual preferred shares issued by Westpac.
    • Megacable Holdings its $6.83 billion pesos ($641 million) initial public offering in Mexico of ordinary participation certificates and a simultaneous international offering pursuant to Rule 144A and Regulation S.
    • Domtar in its $1.475 billion offer to exchange debt securities.
    • The Hartford Financial Services Group in the $690 million remarketing of 5.550% senior notes due 2008 and the subsequent remarketing of $330 million of 5.663% senior notes.
    • Domtar in its $6 billion combination with Weyerhaeuser's fine paper business in a "reverse Morris Trust" transaction; the new Domtar became the largest manufacturer of uncoated freesheet paper in North America.
    • Westpac in its $2.25 billion offering of monthly extendible notes.

Education

  • New York University, 1976, LL.M.
  • New York University School of Law, 1975, J.D.

Languages

  • English