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Ken Chin has over 25 years of experience providing legal and transactional advice to a wide variety of clients in corporate and financing transactions. Mr. Chin has represented clients in a broad array of commercial matters, including asset securitizations, acquisition financings, acquisition agreements, aircraft financing and leasing, bank syndicated credit agreements, bankruptcy liquidations and reorganizations, capital call bridge financings, competitive bid option credit facilities, convertible debt financings, debtor-in-possession financings, distressed debt purchases and sales, engineering and supply agreements, equipment financing and leasing, equity investments, foreclosures, insurance company note agreements, insurance premium financings, letters of credit, leveraged buy-outs, leveraged leasing, mezzanine financings, mortgage warehouse lending, multi-currency credit facilities, municipal bond financings, participations and assignments, private bank financings, project financings, second lien financings, secured transactions, shareholder agreements, subordinated debt financings and work-outs. Among Mr. Chin’s clients are commercial banks, corporate borrowers and lenders, distressed debt funds, entrepreneurs, equipment manufacturers, finance companies, hedge funds, individuals, insurance company lenders, investment banks, merchant banks, private banks and private equity sponsors. Mr. Chin is a Fellow of the American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers. He is a Recognized Practitioner in Banking and Finance in Chambers USA 2014, and is listed in Best Lawyers in America (2010-2015) and in New York Super Lawyers (2008 and 2011-2014). In 2014, he received the Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business Award from the Asian American Business Development Center.