Christopher M. Floyd

Associate | Boston

cfloyd@mofo.com | (617) 648-4768

cfloyd@mofo.com
(617) 648-4768

Christopher M. Floyd is an associate in the firm’s Finance Department and a member of the Finance & Projects Practice Group.

Christopher’s practice is focused on representing banks and other financial institutions in a broad range of financing and other commercial transactions. His practice includes the representation of banks and other commercial lenders in both single-lender and syndicated financing transactions involving private equity funds, venture capital funds, management companies, and portfolio companies. 

Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Christopher was an associate in the Boston office of a global AmLaw 100 law firm, where he represented banks and other commercial lenders in a wide range of asset-backed lending and other secured financing transactions.  Before becoming an attorney, Christopher analyzed investment opportunities in the technology and IT space as an associate at an early-stage venture capital fund.  

Representative Experience

  • Advised agents and arrangers on syndicated lending transactions, including a $250 million financing facility for a luxury retailer, and a $400 million cross-border financing facility for an international industrial supplier.
  • Represented originator of residential mortgage loans on a $500 million master repurchase agreement facility with a global investment bank.
  • Advised private equity fund and portfolio companies as borrowers on a broad range of lending transactions.
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