Amy R. Shapiro’s practice focuses on corporate and financial transactions, with a particular emphasis on representation of private equity firms and their portfolio companies in financing matters, clients on the financing of major M&A transactions and financial sponsors in fund and management company financings.
She also has significant experience in Latin American matters.
In 2014, Law360 named Amy a “Rising Star” in recognition of her work in the “financing for some of the highest-profile private equity and leveraged finance transactions in recent history.”
Amy joined the firm in 2003 and became a partner in 2012.
Alcoa in the financing of its spinoff from Arconic.
Arconic in the financing of its acquisition of Firth Rixson.
América Móvil in the financing of its proposed acquisition of KPN.
The ad hoc creditors committee of Aracruz Celulose S.A. in connection with its restructuring.
Asahi Kasei in its acquisition of Polypore International.
Family Dollar Stores in the financing aspects of its acquisition by Dollar Tree.
Google in the financing aspects of its sale of Motorola Mobility’s mobile devices business to Lenovo.
Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua in its restructuring and subsequent refinancing transactions.
Harland Clarke in the financing of its acquisition of RetailMeNot and its pending acquisition of MaxPoint Interactive.
Lafarge in the financing aspects of the divestiture of its cement operation in Ecuador to Union Andina de Cementos.
Neiman Marcus in its various refinancing transactions.
OpenText in the financing of its acquisitions of the enterprise consent division of Dell-EMC and of GXS Group.
Owl Rock Capital Corporation in various financing transactions.
TPG Capital and ACON in the financing of their acquisition of the downstream assets comprising Northern Tier Energy from Marathon Oil.
TPG Specialty Lending in various financing and refinancing transactions.
Vitro in the financing aspects of its sale of its glass container division to Owens-Illinois.
May 07, 2014