(NEW YORK) Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP announced today that it has strengthened its Commercial Finance practice with the addition of Constance (Connie) A. Fratianni to the firm's New York office. Fratianni provides guidance to lenders and borrowers in leveraged financings, securitizations and structured financings.
"Connie is an outstanding attorney highly regarded for her insightful counsel to lenders and borrowers on complex finance transactions," said Katten Chairman Roger P. Furey. "Her skills and experience augment our ability to meet the full spectrum of our clients' needs in this space."
Fratianni focuses her practice on private debt financings, advising borrowers and lenders in various financings with an emphasis on leveraged lending, securitizations, restructurings and asset-based finance. She also provides support to creditors and acquirers of assets in large and complex domestic and international out-of-court restructurings and bankruptcy proceedings. She regularly represents companies and lenders in the transportation, health care, sports, entertainment and media, and commercial real estate industries.
"Connie joins a successful commercial finance team and will work closely with our other practices to provide well-rounded, informed analyses of issues that affect the lending industry, in the areas of automotive, health care and sports, to name some," said Michael A. Jacobson, national head of Katten's Commercial Finance practice. "Her presence will further enhance our practice nationally, providing our clients with another steady hand throughout all facets of their deals."