Doug Wingo is a member of Dentons' Banking and Finance and Real Estate practices.
Doug has extensive experience representing institutional lenders and corporate borrowers in a wide array of secured and unsecured commercial lending transactions, including agent and lender representation in connection with a myriad of syndicated and bilateral financings, acquisition financings and asset-based loans to middle market and investment-grade companies.
Doug’s commercial lending experience also includes representation of agents and lenders in connection with distressed loans, complex out-of-court debt restructures and workouts and debtor-in-possession financings.
Doug's real estate finance practice includes representation of banks and institutional investors in the origination, purchase and sale of commercial real estate loans. He regularly advises mortgage and mezzanine lenders in connection with financings of office, retail, industrial and multi-family properties around the country, from owner-occupied small business manufacturing facilities to high-rise residential and office buildings. Such representations include the workout (including restructuring and foreclosure) of mortgage loans and mezzanine loans.
Doug is also licensed in Texas and has represented mortgage and mezzanine lenders in workouts and non-judicial foreclosures in connection with office, multi-family housing, and golf course and resort developments throughout the state.
- Knight Therapeutics Inc.: Advising on the US$30 million senior secured credit facility it provided to CRH Medical Corporation to finance CRH’s acquisition of the business, assets and interests of Gastroenterology Anesthesia Associates, LLC, one of the largest providers of anesthesiology services to gastroenterologists in the south-eastern United States.
- Bank of Montreal: Advising the Bank as administrative agent and lender in the US$150 million senior secured financing to Pivotal Payments Direct Corp., Pivotal Holdings Ltd. and Pivotal Payments Corporation (Pivotal). Pivotal is a leading provider of global payment processing solutions. The facilities, secured in Canada, US and Ireland, were used in part to finance Pivotal’s acquisition of Intuit Inc.’s pool of approximately 20,000 non-Quickbooks merchants of record.
Activities and Affiliations
- Association for Corporate Growth
- Missouri State Bar Association
- Texas Bar Association
- Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association