Alex Rheaume

Alex Rheaume


Boston College (B.A., 2003)
Boston College Law School (J.D., 2006)

Bar Admissions

New Hampshire
New York
New Jersey

Alexander G. Rheaume represents commercial banks and other financial institutions in secured lending transactions and debt restructurings.

Mr. Rheaume’s practice focuses on representing secured lenders in commercial finance transactions. His work with lenders regularly involves structuring, negotiating, and documenting secured credit facilities, intercreditor agreements, restructured financing arrangements, modification agreements, and forbearance agreements. Mr. Rheaume also represents secured lenders in multi-jurisdiction and international lending transactions.

When necessary, Mr. Rheaume’s practice involves the enforcement of creditors’ rights, including real estate foreclosures, Article 9 secured party sales, and appearing on behalf of lenders in bankruptcy court.

Representative Transactions

  • A secured lender in a revolving credit facility to a publicly-traded pharmaceutical company.
  • A secured lender in mezzanine financing for a manager of a multi-state university housing portfolio.
  • A secured lender in the financing of an artificial intelligence developer.
  • A secured lender in the restructuring of secured convertible debt to a multi-state biodiesel producer.
  • A secured lender and agents in the restructuring of a revolving credit facility to a national jewelry retailer.
  • A secured lender in the organized liquidation of an automobile tire manufacturer and its Canadian affiliates.
  • A secured lender in connection with the sale of a telecommunication company’s Canadian subsidiary.
  • A secured lender in the secured party sale of stock in subsidiary telecommunications companies.
  • A mezzanine lender in connection with the secured party sale of limited liability company membership interests in a borrower’s subsidiary.
  • A secured lender in connection with a debtor-in-possession credit facility to a consumer drone manufacturer.

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