Gregory M. Bilton

Partner | Boston

gbilton@mofo.com | (617) 648-4720

gbilton@mofo.com
(617) 648-4720

I measure my success by the success of my clients.

Gregory’s practice is focused on representing lenders in a broad range of commercial financing transactions.

Gregory has advised on matters involving secured and unsecured debt, single‑lender and syndicated transactions, term and revolving credit facilities, asset-based debt financings, and cash flow transactions. His experience includes cross-border finance transactions, leveraged buyouts, debt restructurings, and negotiation of intercreditor agreements and subordination agreements in a variety of industries, including technology, healthcare, and software.

Representative Transactions

  • A lender in connection with a $160 million unitranche credit facility for a provider of data management solutions.
  • An agent in connection with a $45 million asset-based revolving facility and term loan to a global IP wireless broadband solutions provider.
  • An agent in connection with a $70 million asset-based revolving loan to a publicly held provider of energy management solutions.
  • An agent in connection with a $45 million take-private acquisition financing for a foreign global software solutions provider.
  • An agent in connection with a $62.5 million multilender working capital financing for a software solutions provider.
  • Secured institutional investors in a $30 million high-yield distressed debt refinancing.
  • An issuer of student loans in the refinancing of $400 million of auction rate securities.
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