Kevin MacLeod is a senior associate in the New York office of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy and a member of the firm’s Securities Group. He practiced in Milbank’s London office for several years and has also worked in Milbank’s Singapore office.
Primary Focus & Experience
Mr. MacLeod regularly represents leading investment banking firms, commercial banks and public and private corporations in connection with debt and equity financing transactions. His recent experience has included offerings of secured and unsecured high-yield debt securities, EETCs, pass through certificates and Ex-Im Bank-guaranteed export bonds as well as IPOs and secondary sales of equity. He also advises clients on liability management transactions, including tender offers and consent solicitations.
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Mr. MacLeod’s industry experience includes satellite services, air transportation, aircraft leasing, mobile telecommunications, digital broadcasting, gold mining, financial services, defense contracting, and energy production and supply. He has advised on securities offerings for companies based in the US, the United Kingdom, Luxembourg, Germany, Dubai, India, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Poland, the Czech Republic and Kazakhstan.
More broadly, Mr. MacLeod has represented investment banks, sponsors and investment funds in connection with leveraged buyouts and other leveraged financings. He has assisted with domestic and international M&A transactions involving public and private companies. He regularly advises US and foreign companies with respect to their periodic reporting to the US Securities and Exchange Commission and on compliance with the US securities laws.
Recognition & Accomplishments
Mr. MacLeod earned his LL.B. / B.C.L. (honours) from the McGill University Faculty of Law, where he was editor-in-chief of the McGill Law Journal. While at McGill, he studied international and comparative law as an exchange student at Universiteit Maastricht in the Netherlands. He received his B.A. degree from Concordia University, where he was a member of the university’s Liberal Arts College.