Troutman Sanders LLP announced today that Brad Wolf has joined the firm as a commercial finance partner in the Orange County office. He joins the firm from Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP.

Wolf represents financial institutions and other capital sources and borrowers in a multitude of complex financing arrangements, including leveraged buyouts, cross-border transactions, dividend recapitalizations, and workouts and restructurings. His practice includes handling large senior secured and unsecured syndicated credit facilities, cash flow and asset-based loans, second lien and mezzanine debt financings, and debt and equity restructurings.

Prior to returning to private practice, Wolf served as senior counsel for Wells Fargo, where he was responsible for overseeing commercial and corporate lending as well as commercial workouts and bankruptcies within the Wholesale Banking division.

“The diverse finance background that Brad brings from private practice and as in-house counsel will be of great value to clients,” said Larry Cerutti, managing partner of the firm’s Orange County office. “In addition, his background handling sophisticated transactions across a variety of industries will further enhance the depth of our commercial lending experience.”

Wolf is the third partner to join the firm’s Orange County office in the last couple of months. Kim Nobles and Jennifer Trusso recently joined the firm’s Intellectual Property practice.

“Brad will help the firm to continue expanding its commercial lending practice on the West Coast,” said Ashley Story, chair of the firm’s Real Estate and Finance department. “His background handling large capitalization and middle market financing transactions will be of tremendous benefit.”

“I am very pleased to be joining the firm and to contribute to the ongoing growth of the firm’s commercial finance practice, including on the West Coast,” said Wolf. “The firm’s recognized strength in the banking industry providing counsel across a broad spectrum of areas makes Troutman Sanders a great fit for my practice.”

Wolf holds a bachelor’s degree in English and Political Economy from the University of California, Berkeley and a law degree from the University of Southern California.


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