Michael Rennock’s broad corporate practice includes advising buyers and sellers in all aspects of mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, and divestitures, as well as handling securities offerings, corporate governance, and private equity and venture capital matters. He represents corporations, limited liability companies, and others in capital markets and financing transactions, including IPOs and secondary offerings, high-yield and convertible debt financings, PIPES, Rule 144A and Reg S offerings, and traditional private placements. His finance experience includes recapitalizations, secured and unsecured borrowings, and project financings.
Clients across a variety of industries—including technology, telecommunications, healthcare, education, retail, defense, finance, manufacturing, energy, and transportation—rely on Michael for guidance tailored to their business goals.
- Represented leading solar power company in an $850 million recapitalization. This deal included one of the first-ever privately rated investment-grade financings made up solely of commercial and industrial distributed solar assets, and a construction-to-term loan facility from a syndicate of commercial banks.
- Represented a developer and manufacturer of advanced aerospace platforms and autonomous systems in its acquisition by a large aerospace company.
- Represented a major US defense contractor in the negotiation, amendment, and restatement of a joint venture agreement with a leading French defense contractor.
- Represented an independent global commodities trader and strategic investor in its acquisition of the power generation assets of a landfill gas electricity generator in a stock purchase transaction.
- Represented a large bus operator in the acquisition of the bus assets of a competitor in a Section 363 auction.
- Represented an insurance software solutions provider in its sale to two private equity buyers through separate merger and asset sale transactions for aggregate consideration of over $300 million.
- Represented the special committee of the board of a large public defense contractor in its auction and sale in two parts to a French technology group in a merger transaction and to a British intelligence services business in an asset sale for total consideration of $1.6 billion.