The transactions highlighted below are representative of Greenhill engagements. In addition, the Firm has completed many engagements that were not publicly-disclosed.
Lucky Bucks, LLC
Advised the Term Loan Ad Hoc Group to Lucky Bucks, one of the largest Class B coin operated amusement machine (“COAM”) route operators in Georgia, on Lucky Bucks’ financial restructuring and chapter 11 process.
Slayback Pharma LLC
Advised Azurity Pharmaceuticals, a pharmaceutical company specializing in the provision of innovative medicines to overlooked patients, on the acquisition of Slayback Pharma LLC ("Slayback"), a company focused on complex generic and specialty pharmaceutical products
Annovera®, Imvexxy®, Bijuva®, and prescription prenatal vitamin products
Advised TherapeuticsMD, Inc., an innovative, leading women’s healthcare company on definitive agreements to license its products to Mayne Pharma
Advising the management and majority physician owners of GI Alliance, the largest gastroenterology practice in the United States, on its recapitalization and buyout of minority partner, Waud Capital
Australian Unity Funds Management
Advised Australian Unity Funds Management on a A$320m equity raising and A$80m cash liquidity offer for Australian Unity Healthcare Property Trust
Acacia Pharma Group plc
Advised Acacia Pharma Group plc, a US headquartered commercial stage biopharmaceutical company incorporated in England and listed in Belgium, on its placing of 10m new ordinary shares at a price of €2.70 per share
US Acute Care Solutions
Advising US Acute Care Solutions, the largest majority physician-owned emergency medicine practice in the United States, on its recapitalization and buyout of minority partner, Welsh Carson
Sunwing Airlines and Sunwing Vacations
Advised Sunwing, a leading Canadian travel company and leisure airline, on its C$375mm financing under the Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility (LEEFF) program administered by the Canada Enterprise Emergency Funding Corp. and overseen by the Government of Canada
Advised Ad Hoc Group of First Lien Term Loan Lenders on Akorn’s in-court recapitalization
Concordia International Corp.
Advised an Ad Hoc Group of Cross-over Debtholders on Concordia International’s cross-border Canadian restructuring and recapitalization, including a US$586.5mm common equity private placement, the equitization of ~US$1.7bn of unsecured debt and the partial paydown and exchange of ~US$2.2bn of secured debt
Hirslanden Private Hospital Group
Advised Hirslanden Private Hospital Group, Switzerland's largest private hospital group and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mediclinic International Plc, on the refinancing of its CHF 2.0 billion senior secured bank debt
Advised selected Second Lien Noteholders, including Canyon Capital Advisors, Mason Capital, Paulson & Co. and Soros Fund Management regarding Caesars Entertainment Operating Company’s Chapter 11 proceedings
US rights to Toprol-XL (AstraZeneca)
Advised Aralez Pharmaceuticals Inc., a global specialty pharmaceutical company in connection with the financing of its acquisition of the US rights to cardiovascular drug Toprol-XL (metoprolol succinate) and its Authorized Generic from AstraZeneca.
Advised Recepta Biopharma on a capital raise
Refinancing of syndicated bank debt facilities
Advised Primary Health Care on the refinancing of its A$1.25 billion syndicated bank debt facilities
Mediclinic International Limited
Advised Mediclinic International, South Africa’s second largest and Switzerland’s largest provider of private hospital services, on the restructuring of its entire balance sheet, including $2.2 billion debt refinancing in Switzerland and a $0.6 billion rights issue in South Africa
The Miller Group
Advised The Miller Group, the UK’s largest private homebuilder, on the recapitalization of its balance sheet comprising a substantial new equity capital raising and a significant debt for equity swap
Advised Bionomics Ltd, in relation to the tender process run by Bionomics’ largest shareholder, Start-up Australia Ventures (“Start-up”), for its 28% stake in the company, follow on sell-down of Start-up’s stake to 8% and associated capital raising by Bionomics
General Growth Properties Inc.
Advised the 2006 Credit Facility Lenders, the largest class of unsecured debt with claims in excess of $2.8 billion, in connection with the Chapter 11 proceedings of mall REIT GGP, which resulted in cash payoff of the facilities in full
Tishman Speyer Washington D.C. Portfolio
Advised term loan and credit facility lenders to the Tishman Speyer partnership holding a portfolio of 28 office buildings in Washington D.C. and the surrounding area on a restructuring which resulted in payoff of the facilities in full