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Altice France: Hung out to Drahi

Part 2: Covenants (Public Bonds and Confidential Loans)

Friday, 12th April 2024, 14:00pm BST / 15:00pm CEST / 9:00am EDT

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Event Details

Friday, April 12th
Online Webinar
14:00pm BST / 15:00 CEST / 9:00am EDT
Special Situations, TMT

Join us for a webinar series on Altice France. In Part 2, we take a deeper dive into the documents and examine debt strategies from both a bonds and loans’ perspective.

Please note to access this webinar, you need to be permissioned with Covenant Review to view confidential loan documentation.

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European Head of Research, Covenant Review

Jane Gray, Solicitor

Jane is a dual-qualified solicitor with more than 15 years of experience in the European leveraged finance market, having worked on leveraged finance documentation through multiple credit cycles, including on the first "cov-lite” loan in Europe. Jane practised law at Dentons and Lovells, and as an in-house lawyer at Credit Mutuel - CIC specialising in European syndicated loans and direct lending. Before joining Covenant Review in 2015 to build its European research products, Jane was Head of Legal at DebtXplained, building both their loan and high yield bond platforms. Jane now serves as the Head of European Research, covering the high yield bond and leveraged loan markets in Europe, and providing covenant analysis to the investor community on the largest top-tier sponsor deals coming to market. She represents Covenant Review on the Board of the High Yield Division of the Association for Financial Markets in Europe and as a member of the Loan Market Association.
Head of U.S. Loans Research, Covenant Review

Jessica Reiss, J.D.

Jessica Reiss graduated from Brandeis University magna cum laude in 1999 and from University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2002. Jessica practiced law at Shearman & Sterling LLP, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, and Goodwin Procter LLP. She has extensive experience representing borrowers, lenders, arrangers, agent banks, and sponsors on complex commercial syndicated revolving and term loans; senior, junior and mezzanine financings; leveraged buyouts; and offerings of debt securities. Prior to joining Covenant Review, Jessica was the head of loan covenant research for Moody’s. Jessica joined Covenant Review in 2015.
Senior Covenant Analyst, Covenant Review

Kirsten Heenan, J.D

Kirsten attended Duke University and Harvard Law School before starting her career in New York at Cahill Gordon. She has experience in a wide variety of capital markets transactions, particularly with respect to 144A / Reg S high yield debt financings, along with private placements and equity issuances. Before joining Covenant Review, Kirsten was a European high yield specialist in the London offices of Cahill Gordon and Weil, and also spent a year in the U.S. as a REITs specialist at Alston & Bird. Kirsten joined Covenant Review in 2019.