Leslie Daniel




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Leslie Daniel

Leslie Daniel represents public and private companies on a range of corporate matters including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, private equity fund formations and capital finance transactions, securities compliance issues and general corporate concerns.

Related Experience

Acquisitions, Sales & Debt Financings

  • Specialty pump rental company on its $905 million sale to the world’s largest equipment rental company
  • Public national retailer in connection with its $780 million and $425 million acquisitions of two competitors
  • Pipeline construction company on its $185 million acquisition of several publicly-held, affiliated construction companies in the United States and Canada and its $300 million financing to complete the acquisition
  • Private oilfield services company in connection with several equity and asset acquisitions
  • Public principal investment firm that provides long-term debt and equity capital to companies in connection with several acquisitions and debt financings

International Capital Markets & Cross-border Corporate Finance Transactions

  • CEE region hotel and tourist resort company on its €100 million initial public offering, listing on the Zagreb Stock Exchange and related Regulation S offering
  • Egyptian cheese producer on its $45 million initial public offering, listing on the Egyptian Stock Exchange and related Rule 144A/Regulation S offering
  • Developer and operator of industrial real estate listed on Euronext Brussels and Euronext Amsterdam on the United States aspects of its public rights offering and €178 million accelerated book-build offering
  • Underwriters and sponsor on the proposed initial public offering, listing on the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange and related Rule 144A/Regulation S offering of a Mongolian property and real estate developer
  • Turkish publicly-traded bank on the update of its base prospectus for its $3.5 billion Global Medium Term Note Program for the potential future sale of notes into the United States in reliance on Rule 144A