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About Daniel

Dan Areshenko focuses on capital markets transactions, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and SEC compliance and disclosure matters. He has represented issuers, sponsors and investment banks in primary and secondary equity securities offerings, high yield and investment grade debt securities offerings, acquisition financings and liability management transactions that have collectively raised more than $50 billion. Prior to attending law school, Dan served five years as an Army officer in the United States and Iraq.

Experience

Recent Notable Matters

Prosperity Bancshares, Inc. — $2.1 billion proposed acquisition of LegacyTexas Financial Group, Inc., which is the second largest bank merger in the history of Texas

Callon Petroleum Company — in connection with its $570 million acquisition of Permian Basin assets from Cimarex Energy Co., represented the investment banks in its $298.5 million registered primary offering of common stock and its $400 million 144A/Reg. S offering of senior notes*

Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. — in connection with The Walt Disney Company’s exchange offer and consent solicitation for 37 series of outstanding Fox senior notes related to Disney’s acquisition of Fox*

Summit Materials, Inc. — in its issuance of $550 million of senior notes across multiple 144A/Reg. S offerings, $200 million registered secondary offering of common stock by sponsors, reorganization of holding entities and exchange registration statement to exchange LP units for registered common stock*

Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation — in connection with its acquisition of ILG, Inc., represented the initial purchasers in its $750 million 144A/Reg. S senior notes offering and represented the dealer managers and solicitation agents in its exchange offer and consent solicitation for $350 million of ILG senior notes*

Linn Energy, LLC — represented the underwriters in its $1.1 billion registered senior notes offering and represented the placement agent in its private exchanges of $2 billion of senior notes for $1 billion of senior secured second lien notes*

United States Steel Corporation — represented the investment banks in its $980 million 144A/Reg. S senior secured notes offering and its $750 million registered senior notes offering*

Dell Technologies Inc. — in the initial registration, issuance and NYSE listing of its Class V “tracking” stock in connection with its acquisition of EMC Corporation*

TGLT S.A — in connection with its offering of $150 million of Convertible Senior Notes through a Reg. D/Reg. S offering outside Argentina and a public offering in Argentina*

Olin Corporation — in connection with its acquisition of The Dow Chemical Company’s Chlor-Alkali business, represented the investment banks in the Dow subsidiary’s $1.2 billion 144A/Reg. S senior notes offering and in the exchange of existing Dow debt securities and bank debt held by the investment banks for the new senior notes*

Waste Connections, Inc. — represented the underwriters in its $500 million inaugural registered senior notes offering*

Unisys Corporation — represented the initial purchasers in its $440 million 144A/Reg. S senior secured notes offering *

SiteOne Landscape Supply, Inc. — represented the underwriters in its $241 million initial public offering of common stock and its $342 million follow-on public offering*

FedEx Corporation — represented the underwriters in its €640 million registered senior notes offering and in $1.75 billion of senior notes across multiple registered offerings*

Cigna Corporation — in its tender offer for $1 billion of outstanding senior notes and its $1.6 billion registered senior notes offering *

Willis Towers Watson PLC — represented the underwriters in its $1 billion registered senior notes offering*

Credentials

Education

Vanderbilt University,
J.D. and M.B.A.
2013
U.S. Military Academy at West Point,
B.S.
2004

Bar Admissions

New York
*Not licensed to practice in Texas

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