Anthony J. Renzi Jr. concentrates on international and U.S. domestic corporate transactions, including public and private debt and equity offerings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructurings and private equity investments.
Practice & Background
Mr. Renzi has represented a broad range of clients, with a focus on European (particularly Scandinavian) issuers and investment banks developing strategies for raising capital or making acquisitions in cross-border transactions, and private equity firms in connection with portfolio company acquisitions and dispositions. He has significant experience advising clients in the energy, shipping and offshore services sectors.
Mr. Renzi is the author or co-author of a number of articles addressing U.S. and cross-border securities law issues. He is ranked in Chambers USA for capital markets (debt and equity) and Norway capital markets (experts based abroad). He is also regularly recognized as a leading international capital markets lawyer by Who’s Who Legal.
In terms of industry experience, much of Mr. Renzi’s recent work has involved the energy, offshore services and shipping sectors. Mr. Renzi has recently advised:
- domestic and non-U.S. issuers in connection with planning, structuring and executing cross border equity capital markets transactions, including IPOs involving issuers listed on the NYSE, NASDAQ, LSE, Euronext and Oslo Bors
- domestic and non-U.S. issuers in connection with secured and unsecured high-yield debt financings and restructurings, including transactions for non-U.S. issuers, which included SEC registered exchange offers
- non-U.S. issuers and underwriters in connection with cross-border transactions, including global securities offerings, rights offerings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructurings, tender offers, and stock and asset purchases and sale transactions
- private equity clients in connection with significant portfolio acquisitions and dispositions
- public company boards and board committees in connection with annual shareholder meetings, post-IPO matters, periodic reporting, public disclosure obligations, fiduciary duties in the context of transactions for corporate control, legislative developments and internal investigations.