Jennifer B. Ezring

Jennifer B. Ezring

Jennifer B. Ezring

Partner

212.701.3822 PhonevCard
212.378.2415 Fax
jezring@cahill.com

Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
80 Pine Street
New York, NY 10005-1702

Practice

Education

  • Princeton University, B.A., 1993
  • New York University School of Law, J.D., 1998, New York University Law Review

Jennifer B. Ezring is a member of Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP's corporate practice group and is Co-Administrative Partner of the Firm.

Jennifer's practice focuses primarily on advising commercial and investment banks in leveraged finance and asset-based lending transactions, including acquisition financings, leveraged buyouts, going-private transactions, recapitalizations, project financings, bridge lending and loan commitments, out-of-court debt restructurings, and other secured lending transactions.

Jennifer has practiced in a variety of industries, including communications, gaming, retail, energy, manufacturing, media, publishing and internet technology. She has a broad range of financing experience in both US and international transactions.

Jennifer is a member of the State Bar of New York, the New York State Bar Association and the American Bar Association and has been recommended as a leading finance lawyer by IFLR1000 and The Legal 500.

  • Represented JPMorgan, Merrill Lynch, Wells Fargo, PNC Capital Markets, ING Capital, Deutsche Bank, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, as arrangers in a $400 million cross-border asset-based credit facility in connection with the acquisition of ASCO Power by Platinum Equity.
  • Represented Barclays in the $2.3 billion and €400 million credit facilities to finance the acquisition of DuPont Performance Coatings by The Carlyle Group.
  • Represented BofA Merrill Lynch and the lead arrangers in the $1.6 billion asset based credit facility that partially funded the $24.9 billion buyout of Dell by Michael Dell and Silver Lake Management LLC.
  • Represented Credit Suisse, Citi, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank and KKR Capital Markets in the $2 billion credit facilities that funded Cengage Learning’s emergence from Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
  • Represented JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and KKR Capital Markets, as lead arrangers in connection with $2 billion in term and revolving financing for Ancestry.com, the world's largest online history resource.