Marc Daniel represents institutional bank and non-bank lenders, borrowers and agents in domestic and international debt finance transactions with a focus on the real estate industry, including: the origination of warehouse, repurchase and other asset-based credit facilities; the origination of corporate credit facilities and bridge loans; DIP financing; and the origination, acquisition, and disposition of commercial mortgage loans, mezzanine loans, and pari passu and senior/subordinate interests therein, together with the negotiation and documentation of related co-lender and intercreditor arrangements. He also represents lenders, servicers, and participants in the restructuring and work-out of distressed real estate loans with an emphasis on complex multi-tranche structures. His financing and restructuring experience has involved the full range of commercial properties, including office, hotel, retail, gaming, and multi-family properties, and has included Shariah-compliant financings.

Prior to joining Arnold & Porter, Mr. Daniel's practice included mergers and acquisitions, public and private offerings of debt and equity securities, project financings and commercial real estate transactions, including purchase and sale, joint ventures and commercial leasing.

Experience

  • Investment banks and insurance companies in the origination and syndication of mortgage and mezzanine financing for several multibillion dollar public-to-private transactions in the hotel, office, and healthcare sectors.
  • Sellers and purchasers of whole loans, notes, and participations in connection with various commercial mortgage and mezzanine financings.
  • Financial institutions and insurance companies with respect to the restructuring and foreclosure of commercial mortgage and mezzanine loans.
  • Investment banks in the origination of secured revolving credit facilities.

Credentials

Education
  • JD, University of Michigan Law School, 1994
  • SB, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1991
Admissions
  • Texas
  • New York
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