Cassandra Mott represents lenders, borrowers, issuers, underwriters, and trustees in a variety of commercial transactions, including public and private debt offerings. She has structured, negotiated, and documented senior, subordinated, and mezzanine financing facilities of many types, including single, "club" and multi-bank, syndicated, general working capital, investment-grade credit, asset-based, cash flow, first lien and second lien, unitranche, and multijurisdictional and multicurrency facilities. Cassandra also advises clients on intercreditor matters, helping them structure and negotiate transactions with multiple debt tranches and lien priorities. Her practice also includes advising clients on in-court and out-of-court debt restructurings.
Cassandra's practice also includes working with capital providers and private equity funds and their portfolio companies on leveraged buyout financings related to acquisitions and recapitalizations.
She has worked on many transactions both domestically and internationally. In addition, her industry experience is vast and includes transactions in numerous businesses, such as oil and gas, chemicals, consumer products, healthcare, technology, retail, transportation, and manufacturing.
According to Chambers USA 2013 by Chambers and Partners, she is an "exceptional practitioner with great business sense."
Cassandra serves on the Global Board of the Association for Corporate Growth and is past president of the Houston Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth. She is the co-chair of the 2018 Texas ACG Capital Connection. Cassandra also serves on the Stewardship Committee of the Houston Food Bank, and she is a member of the Greater Houston Partnership's Executive Women's Partnership.