Patrick K. Cameron
Patrick K. Cameron
Patrick K. Cameron is a principal in Ober|Kaler's Finance and Business Groups and currently chairs all of Ober|Kaler's transactional practices throughout the firm. Prior to stepping down in March, 2011, Patrick served for many years as a member of Ober|Kaler's six member Board of Directors and as Vice-President and Secretary of the firm. He has also served for years as a member of the firm's Compensation Committee.
Professionally, Patrick represents asset-based lenders, financial institutions and other business creditors in a full range of commercial financing transactions that typically involve revolving credit, term loan and letter of credit facilities, senior and subordinated debt transactions, real estate financings, construction and permanent loan financings, debtor-in-possession loans, restructurings and out-of-court loan workouts. He also works with corporate entities and mezzanine lenders on a variety of transactions including mergers and acquisitions, recapitalizations, debt and equity offerings, secured and unsecured facilities (including warrants) and joint venture arrangements.
Patrick's extensive experience also includes the financing of a wide variety of transportation assets and projects, including vessels of every kind and description, containers and related equipment, and locomotives and railroad rolling stock.
In addition, Patrick represents numerous national and regional banks and other financial institutions on a variety of health care financing transactions including acquisition financing, construction financing and working capital financing.
He is a noted speaker and lecturer on equipment leasing and finance issues and shares his knowledge on transportation-related financing issues as a member of the Air, Rail and Marine Subcommittee of the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association. He also serves as Secretary of the Marine Finance Committee of the Maritime Law Association of the United States.
- Served as transactional counsel to a multi-national provider of goods and services to the nuclear power industry in connection with its acquisition of various companies and its joint venture arrangement with a large crane manufacturer
- Served as transactional counsel to various national banks providing acquisition, construction and permanent financing to various health care entities, home health providers and nursing home operators
- Served as maritime counsel to a global financial services conglomerate in connection with numerous vessel financings with customers throughout the U.S. that included both construction and permanent financing loans with an aggregate value between $150 million -$250 million
- Served as special maritime counsel to a major national bank in connection with a $250 million nationally syndicated revolving credit facility for an East Coast based tug and barge operator.
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