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Greg Mennerick


St. Louis
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Greg represents clients in mergers and acquisitions and sophisticated securities offerings, and offers advice on the wide range of regulatory and compliance issues affecting public and private companies.

With experience in all aspects of M&A transactions, including the acquisition and disposition of stock and assets, Greg counsels business leaders and in-house legal professionals from the start of a matter to its closing. He handles letters of intent, leads M&A due diligence, and drafts and negotiates definitive asset purchase agreements, stock purchase agreements, and merger agreements. Greg also leads work on ancillary agreements for such transactions, including escrow and transition services agreements, and closing transactions. Greg represents issuers in public and private offerings of debt securities, as well as issuers and investors in initial and late-stage equity financing rounds, and drafts and negotiates underwriting and other securities purchase agreements.

In his regulatory work for clients, Greg assists with continuing reporting requirements under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including annual (10-K) and quarterly (10-Q) reports, current reports (8-K), proxy statements, and insider beneficial ownership reports. He also ensures public and private companies are compliant with new Dodd-Frank requirements applicable to swaps and other transactions in derivative hedging instruments. Greg advises investment advisory firms on federal and state securities laws, drafts investment advisory agreements, conducts mock SEC audits, and designs compliance programs.

Greg also counsels private equity funds in business acquisitions, co-investments, majority and minority equity investments, and debt placements, and provides assistance on a wide range of general corporate matters.

Representative transactions

Represented a private, family-owned aerosol and chemical company in its $12.75 million sale of the business to a national aerosol packaging company.

Represented a private construction equipment rental company in its $54 million sale of the business to a national equipment rental company.

Represented a NYSE-traded public company in the $110 million sale of its intelligent transportation business to a Fortune 500 company.

Represented a private equity firm in the acquisition and going private transaction of a NYSE-traded public company with an enterprise value of $25 million.

Represented the North American operations of a global distribution company in its $100 million acquisition of a third party logistics company.

Represented a private scrap processing company in its $48 million acquisition of land and scrap metal processing business from a private equity firm.

Represented the North American operations of a global payment and risk management solutions company in its $7 million purchase of a Canadian bank's foreign exchange business and $3 million purchase of a privately-owned Canadian foreign exchange broker.

Represented a privately owned armored truck security business in its purchase of two Nevada-based armored truck businesses totalling $1.2 million.

Represented a private family-owned residential care company in its purchase of an additional residential care facility.

Represented the North American operations of a NYSE-traded public company in the $15 million sale of its pool and spa water treatment chemical business to a privately-owned international specialty chemicals company.

Represented a global rental car company in its acquisition of a privately-owned vanpooling company.

Represented a leading correctional market supplier in sale to global private equity firm.

Represented a private, family-owned custom lighting manufacturer in sale to global company specializing in electrical and digital building infrastructures.

Represented a private specialty pharmacy in sale to large, publicly traded specialty pharmacy company.

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