Ted B. Lacey
Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
32 Old Slip
New York, NY 10005
- Banking & Finance
- Capital Markets
- M&A and Corporate Advisory
- Project Finance, Energy & Infrastructure
- Harvard Law School, J.D., 2008
- Princeton University, A.B., 2005, magna cum laude, Stephen Whelan '68 Prize in Constitutional Law, New York Herald Prize in Politics
- New Jersey
- New York
Ted Lacey represents investment banks, commercial banks and public and privately-held companies in a variety of capital raising transactions, including public and private sales of secured and unsecured debt securities, syndicated loan transactions and equity offerings, with a particular emphasis on acquisition and project development financings.
Recent transactions of note in which Ted represented the financing sources include the $67 billion purchase by Dell of EMC, the $24.9 billion buyout of Dell by Michael Dell and Silver Lake Management LLC, the $16 billion merger of Rock-Tenn and MeadWestvaco and the construction of a passenger railway connecting Miami to Orlando by All Aboard Florida.
Ted also represents public and privately-held companies and the board of directors thereof on mergers and acquisitions, securities compliance and corporate governance matters. In such capacity, Ted served a lead on the Cahill team that represented NBCUniversal in the landmark $7.75 billion acquisition of the exclusive U.S. broadcast rights for the 2022-2032 Summer and Winter Olympic Games, as well as NBCUniversal in its $4.38 billion acquisition of the exclusive broadcast rights to the Olympic Games through 2020.
Ted is recognized as a notable practitioner in the areas of debt and equity capital markets and M&A by IFLR1000.
Ted graduated from Princeton University magna cum laude and was awarded the Stephen Whelan ’68 Prize in Constitutional Law and the New York Herald Prize in Politics. He earned his J.D. from Harvard Law School.