345 Park Avenue
New York, NY
With over 30 years of experience in private practice, Peter Seiden specializes in the areas of banking and finance and represents some of the largest financial institutions in the United States. His practice concentrates on close working relationships with banks and other financial institutions, representing them in loan and commercial transactions.
Mr. Seiden’s experience includes general lending, private equity financing, lending to hedge funds and funds of funds, commercial real estate lending transactions, swaps and derivatives, art loans, aircraft leasing and lending, margin lending, letters of credit, various leaseholds arrangements and other forms of secured lending.
Prior Work Experience
Prior to joining Loeb & Loeb LLP, Mr. Seiden was a partner in the New York office of LeClairRyan PC.
Represented major U.S. lender, as lender, administrative agent and collateral agent, in a $90MM revolving credit facility secured by operating units of a limited partnership, exchangeable for shares of a REIT.
Represented major U.S. lender in a $59MM commercial mortgage facility secured by industrial and commercial properties located in five states.
Represented major U.S. lender in a $45 million revolving credit facility secured by an aircraft that was under fabrication and required progress payments.
Represented major U.S. lenders as administrative agents, lenders, lead agents and arrangers in over $25 billion of subscription secured loan facilities to private equity funds (both on-shore and off-shore), secured by the unfunded capital commitments of the investors to such funds. Such transactions include syndications/clubbed deals/loan participations, as well as single-lender facilities.
Represented major U.S. lender as lead arranger and administrative agent in a $160MM revolving credit facility secured by art collateral located in several off-shore jurisdictions.
Represented major U.S. lender in a $120MM commercial mortgage facility secured by residential apartment buildings in NYC.
Represented major U.S. lender in a $200MM revolving credit facility secured by interests in several on-shore and off-shore hedge funds.
Represented major U.S. lender in a $280MM revolving credit facility to on-shore and off-shore trusts, secured by marketable securities, hedge fund interests and restricted securities.
- Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Gettysburg College
- Chairman, I.W. Foundation
Rutgers University School of Law, J.D., 1976
Gettysburg College, B.A., 1973, With Honors