Helena K. Grannis’ practice focuses on corporate and financial transactions, particularly capital market transactions, disclosure and corporate governance.
Her work spans numerous industries, including airlines, aviation and aerospace; automotive; consumer products and retail; banking and financial institutions; and pharmaceuticals and biotechnology.
Helena joined the firm in 2000 and became counsel in 2012.
TPG Specialty Lending in its $112 million initial public offering and concurrent $50 million private placement, and in over $230 million of convertible notes offerings.
Actavis in its $30 billion three-part offering in connection with its $70.5 billion acquisition of Allergan; in the company’s structured accelerated share repurchase of $10 billion of outstanding shares; and in its concurrent bond offering and tender offer.
Honeywell in over $4.5 billion of notes offerings and a concurrent abbreviated cash tender offer, and in its €4 billion Eurobond offering.
The carve-out and sale of Surgical Care Affiliates of HealthSouth to TPG, and in its subsequent $270 million initial public offering.
Biomet in its proposed initial public offering and Biomet, Blackstone, Goldman Sachs PIA, KKR and TPG in the $13.35 billion sale of Biomet to Zimmer Holdings; and subsequent secondary sales by the consortium.
Underwriters in Spirit Airlines’ initial public offering and the initial purchasers on a number of notes offerings by Enterprise Rent-A-Car, totaling more than $5 billion.
The Hartford Financial Services Group on multiple high-profile matters, including the $2.5 billion capital investment in The Hartford by Allianz and The Hartford’s $3.3 billion capital raise to repay TARP funds. She also advised on securities regulatory, disclosure and corporate governance matters.
- Member, Committee on Securities Regulation, New York City Bar Association
- Staff member, United States Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, 1995 to 1997