Daniel V. Oshinsky represents hedge funds, private equity funds, asset managers, specialty finance companies and investment banks in a wide range of financing transactions. Dan has particular expertise in liquidity facilities and structured credits, including CLOs, CBOs, warehouse lines, leveraged finance vehicles, capital call facilities and fund-of-fund loans. Dan’s practice also encompasses a variety of other secured and unsecured finance transactions, both on the borrower and lender side, including cash-flow and asset-based loans, acquisition financing, Term B loans, unitranche loans, mezzanine and subordinate loans, distressed debt investments, workout and restructuring transactions, debtor-in-possession and exit financings, cross-border transactions and other complex credit arrangements
Dan has been recognized as a leader in his field by The Legal 500 US and New York Super Lawyers. He received his B.A., magna cum laude, from Yeshiva University in 1991 and his J.D. from New York University School of Law, where he was associate editor of the Review of Law and Social Change, in 1995.
Finance company in the negotiation and closing of a warehouse credit facility to finance the origination and purchase of middle market and broadly syndicated commercial loans.
Finance company in the negotiation and closing of a capital-call facility to be utilized to support the issuance of stand-by letters of credit.
Asset manager in its acquisition of multiple collateral management contracts for CLOs and related equity investments.
Private equity fund and its portfolio company in connection with the refinancing of an asset based credit facility.
Lender in connection with a delayed draw term loan to a security company.
Lender of a $100 million “last-out” tranche under a $415 million first lien facility to fund construction of a casino.
Lender in connection with restructuring of a $180 million second lien term loan as part of a $600 million facility to developer of a casino.
Translation and security company with multiple government contracts, as borrower under $100 million credit facility.
Hedge fund lender in a $400 million credit facility to a residential real estate holding company.
Lender in connection with $190 million acquisition finance facility for department store chain in South America and the Caribbean.
Finance company in $60 million debtor-in-possession facility to restaurant operator/franchisor.
Finance company in $65 million debtor-in-possession facility to regional airline.
Building parts distribution business, as borrower, and its private equity sponsor under an $800 million working capital facility.
Multiple hedge funds in connection with short and long-term warehouse facilities and collateralized loan facilities to finance the origination or acquisition of loan portfolios, from $150 million to $2 billion, both European and domestic.
Lender in origination and subsequent restructurings of a $65 million acquisition loan to private equity fund for acquisition of windows manufacturer.
Lender in a $45 million acquisition loan to private equity fund for acquisition of chemicals manufacturer.
Private equity fund and Korean portfolio company, as borrower, in connection with a KRW 162 billion revolving credit and term loan facility entered into in Korea and secured by assets in Japan, Hong Kong and other countries.
Israeli banks lending to the US subsidiary of a foreign petroleum company under a $168 million term and revolving credit facility.
Hedge fund in its extension of a $100 million term loan facility and acquisition of a large equity position in internet company, with the primary collateral being a sub-contract with the U.S. government.
Term “B” and term “C” lenders under a $23 million second lien facility to a pipe manufacturer as part of $58.5 million in acquisition financing.
Lender in connection with a $45 million revolving credit facility to the United Kingdom business group of a U.S. based company with international presence.
Hedge Funds: Formation, Operation and Regulation (ALM Law Journal Press), 2013-2014 (co-author)
“Case Study: ZING VII,” Law360, Jan. 26, 2012 (co-author)
“Bankruptcy Court Approves Plan to Liquidate CDO,” SRZ Client Alert, Jan. 19, 2012 (co-author)
“Zais Investment Grade Limited VII — CDO Noteholders Take Advantage of Chapter 11,” SRZ Client Alert, Oct. 3, 2011 (co-author)
“CLOs, Warehouse Facilities and Risk Retention Vehicles,” SRZ 27th Annual Private Investment Funds Seminar, New York, January 2018
“Financing for Funds and Managers,” SRZ 26th Annual Private Investment Funds Seminar, New York, January 2017
“Investing in Corporate Credit,” SRZ 22nd Annual Private Investment Funds Seminar, New York, January 2013
“Leverage for Investment Funds,” SRZ 21st Annual Private Investment Funds Seminar, New York, January 2012
“Buy Side Panel,” Yeshiva University Wall Street Connections Series: Industry Forum, New York, October 2011
- New York Super Lawyers
- The Legal 500 US