Receivables Finance + Vendor Finance


Morrison & Foerster advises on receivables and vendor finance transactions. Our attorneys are experienced in developing a wide range of finance programs, including vendor loan and lease programs, software finance programs, and programs for the sale and securitization of receivables.

 

We represent both capital sources (vendors and lenders), as well as borrowers. We represent financing sources, including banks, leasing companies, commercial finance lenders, equipment vendors, and captive finance companies. We work with many U.S. and international financial institutions and companies in structuring all forms of cross-border financing transactions. These transactions involve U.S. companies doing business with international clients, as well as non-U.S. companies creating finance programs for U.S.-based customers.

 

Our attorneys are particularly experienced in the intricacies of software vendor finance, having helped numerous software companies establish and maintain vendor financing programs, including the sale and securitization of software related receivables.

Global Vendor Finance Program
We represented a global software company in connection with its global vendor finance program including sales of receivables to Japanese banks.
Hitachi Data Systems Corporation
We are representing Hitachi Data Systems in connection with a vendor leasing program.
Omnicell, Inc.
We represented Omnicell in connection with a vendor leasing program.
Sale of Receivables for Semiconductor Company
We represented a global semiconductor equipment company in connection with the sale of Japanese receivables to commercial paper conduits.
Tideline Capital, Inc.
We represented Tideline Capital in developing the first major software receivables securitization facility involving a $100 million securitization facility provided by Wachovia Securities, back-stopped with $5 million in subordinated debt and an additional $5 million in equity provided by two venture funds and a private investment firm.

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