Jared E. Joyce-Schleimer is an associate in the New York office of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy and a member of the firm’s Project Finance Group.
Primary Focus & Experience
Mr. Joyce-Schleimer’s experience includes representation of lenders and borrowers, private companies and other project participants in domestic and cross-border transactions, including project and leveraged financings and private equity investments in the energy, power, mining, space & satellite and transportation industries.
Recent highlights include advising the:
- DIP Agent for the $4.475 billion debtor-in-possession financing of Texas Competitive Electric Holdings Company LLC, whose parent Energy Future Holdings recently filed for chapter 11 protection in the District of Delaware;
- Administrative Agent in a $1.6 billion refinancing of Carrix, Inc., a global ports operator;
- Mandated Lead Arranger for a $58 million facility for Infigen Energy’s acquisition of tax-equity interests in an 804 MW portfolio of wind farms; and
- Administrative Agent for the refinancing/repricing, and subsequent acquisition financing of additional assets, of EquiPower Resources Holdings, LLC, an affiliate of Energy Capital Partners, which manages a portfolio of gas and coal power assets.
Mr. Joyce-Schleimer previously represented committees of creditors and lenders in distressed situations, and he focused in part on the insolvency aspects of derivative and structured financing transactions. Significant restructuring representations included, among others, the official committee of unsecured creditors of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. and ad hoc groups of senior secured lenders of Lyondell Chemical Company and Novasep Holdings S.A.S.
Recognition & Accomplishments
Mr. Joyce-Schleimer is a past president and founding member of the Board of Directors of the Disaster Accountability Project, the only nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to improving the US disaster management system. While at Georgetown Law, he received a certificate from the Institute of International Economic Law and served as a managing editor of the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal. From the Georgetown Public Policy Institute, he received his Master of Public Policy in homeland security and international development.