Renée Eubanks works closely with clients pursuing distressed investment strategies, which include investments in syndicated bank debt, trade claims in bankruptcy, bilateral corporate loans and distressed securities. She assists clients with structuring transactions and facilitates the resolution of a broad array of issues related to transaction settlement, including but not limited to issues involving securities, bankruptcy and tax matters. Renée's practice covers domestic and international credits and trade claims, and she has extensive experience with documentation published by the Loan Syndication and Trading Association and the Loan Market Association. For clients in the distressed debt trading market, Renée offers extensive guidance and regularly conducts in-depth seminars to assist these clients with various matters, including the implementation of internal procedures related to trade documentation, pricing and funding protocol, and communication with borrower agents.
Renée provides clients with antitrust advice related to Hart-Scott-Rodino Act compliance in connection with proposed corporate merger and acquisition activity, including handling all aspects of notification and filing for client transactions covered by the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act. She also counsels clients with respect to share acquisitions and the relevant notification thresholds and exemptions covered by the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act. Renée has represented clients before the Department of Justice (DOJ) when they have been served with civil investigative demands and/or other agency inquiries.
Renée previously served for about three years as a staff attorney at the Antitrust Division of the DOJ.
Renée has also had a career as a financial professional and worked at both The Bank of New York and The Chase Manhattan Bank, providing advice to major corporate and public pension funds on investment manager selection, portfolio allocation and performance.
Renée received her undergraduate degree from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, her law degree from Boston College and her Master’s in Business Administration degree from the University of Chicago.
- Author, "When Should a Loan Trade as Distressed," The Distressed Debt Report, July 22, 2008