Malcolm Henderson’s practice focuses on corporate finance and bank lending. He has extensive experience representing lenders and borrowers in secured and unsecured debt financings, including syndicated senior bank credit facilities, first and second lien financings, asset-based (ABL) credit facilities, mezzanine and other subordinated debt financings, debtor-in-possession financings, public and Rule 144A debt offerings, and convertible debt transactions. He routinely handles debt and equity financings for acquisitions and leveraged recapitalizations. He has also advised lessees in sophisticated leveraged equipment lease transactions.
On the corporate side, Malcolm represents buyers and sellers in mergers and in stock and asset acquisitions, and advises private equity and investment fund clients on their investments. He also counsels companies on formation, capitalization and general corporate matters.
Malcolm also advises clients on swaps and other hedging and derivatives transactions.
Before joining Foley Hoag, Malcolm was associated with Winthrop Stimson (now Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman) in New York City.