Lenders. Borrowers. Equity sponsors. Stacey Rosenberg has advised them all across a wide variety of debt finance transactions.

Be it senior secured credit facilities, first and second lien transactions, leveraged buy-outs or recapitalizations, workouts and out-of-court restructurings, exit financings, cross-border deals, or secured bond transactions, she's seen and done it all.

Stacey combines her in-depth experience and transactional knowledge with a unique focus in the entertainment industry, allowing her to provide clients with highly specialized advice in connection with credit facilities, film securitizations, motion picture co-production and distribution arrangements, and sale transactions. In particular, she negotiates and drafts loan documentation, motion picture production and distribution documents, joint venture documents, and sale agreements. She also counsels clients in transactions ranging from ordinary course corporate credits to bet-the-company deals and lifeline loans.

Education and admissions


J.D., University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, 1996

B.S., University of California, Berkeley, high honors, 1993

Bar admissions and qualifications



New York

District of Columbia

Representative experience

Advised an independent film company and its affiliates in connection with a film securitization facility with multiple refinancings.

Advised an independent film company and its affiliates in motion picture rights purchase agreements with Warner Bros. and Sony.

Advised an independent film holding company in connection with a US$275m Hong Kong law credit facility (IFLR's Private Equity Deal of the Year in 2013).

Advised a financial institution as lender in connection with a term loan facility for a trucking company and certain of its subsidiaries.

Advised financial institutions in several credit facilities for a provider of origination/playout and live ad-hoc transmission services.

Advised a financial institution in connection with a US$500m credit facility for a provider of network, Internet, and telecoms services to finance capital expenditures.

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