- J.D., Stanford Law School 1989
- Fulbright Fellow, Universities of Rome and Perugia 1986
- B.A., Yale University 1982
magna cum laude
Chris Paci has substantial experience representing investment banks and US and foreign issuers in a broad range of capital markets transactions. These include registered offerings and private placements of equity, equity-linked, high-yield debt and investment-grade debt securities, as well as infrastructure financings in the debt capital markets. In addition, he advises on complex liability management transactions such as exchange offers, tender offers and consent solicitations, for corporate and subsovereign issuers.
Chris also has extensive experience in the securities law aspects of financial restructurings, including by acting as counsel to US and non-US companies in chapter 11 reorganizations and related ancillary proceedings.
Chris has worked with companies in many industries, including technology services, aerospace/defense, consumer/retail, healthcare/life sciences, financial services, manufacturing, and natural resources. The transactions in which he has been engaged have involved issuers in Latin America, Europe and Asia, as well as in the United States and Canada.
Chris regularly advises company clients regarding SEC reporting and disclosure requirements and corporate governance matters.
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