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Morrison & Foerster adds financial transactions partner Mark Wojciechowski in New York

Morrison & Foerster has appointed Mark Wojciechowski as a partner in the firm’s financial transactions group in New York.

Wojciechowski has spent most of his career handling sophisticated finance matters in the New York markets. He brings to Morrison & Foerster close ties with leading institutional lenders and investment funds.
Jill Feldman, chair of Morrison & Foerster’s financial transactions group, says: “Mark is an exceptionally versatile finance lawyer who works across a spectrum of areas that will benefit our clients. He has a strong track record working with sophisticated domestic and international banks, non-bank lenders and companies on large, complex transactions. His practice complements our financial institutions practice and expands our capacity to represent parties to financing transactions in a variety of contexts, particularly with respect to acquisition financings.”
In addition to leveraged finance and M&A transactions, Wojciechowski also advises investment funds and other non-traditional investors on hybrid mezzanine transactions involving debt and equity investments.
“MoFo has a dynamic domestic and international platform that touches many facets of my practice,” says Wojciechowski. “The firm works globally with top-tier lenders and acquisition parties, and handles market-leading transactions in a number of areas, including mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, real estate and project finance, as well as structured finance. My capabilities and experience fit the firm nicely. I look forward to contributing to the continued growth of the practice.”

Wojciechowski was previously a partner with Allen & Overy in New York, where he served as head of the firm’s North American leveraged finance group. Before that he practiced at Mayer Brown where, for a number of years, he led that firm’s global leveraged finance practice and served on its executive committee. 

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