Haider Sultan focuses on representation of insurance companies, asset managers, banks, hedge funds, and Fortune 500 companies in secured and unsecured financing and restructuring transactions. He has experience in private placements of debt and equity securities, having represented institutional investors in transactions ranging up to $1.5 billion. Haider also has experience in aviation finance and leasing, having represented hedge funds in numerous aircraft and engine sales, purchases, and leases.
During law school, Haider served as executive editor on the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law and was an intern for Judge Dominic J. Squatrito, Senior US District Judge for the District of Connecticut.
Haider is fluent in Urdu.
Represented hedge fund in the acquisition and securitization of 18 commercial aircraft (named the Global Transport Finance 2016 Aircraft Finance ABS Deal of the Year – North America).
Advised institutional investors in $1.5 billion private placement of senior notes issued by Mars, Inc. in connection with its acquisition of the Wrigley Company.
Counseled institutional investors in the National Basketball Association’s $1.5 billion league-wide private placement of secured notes.
Represented hedge fund in the acquisition of a portfolio of eight commercial aircraft, valued in excess of $450 million, from a global aircraft leasing company.
Advised healthcare consulting company in connection with its borrowing of $50 million in term loans from bank lenders.
Represented hedge fund in connection with a $30 million secured term loan facility for Hopdoddy Burger Bar.
University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, 2014, J.D.
University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business, 2014, Certificate in Management