Practices & Industries

Banking and Finance

Commercial Lending

Education

St. John's University School of Law (J.D., 1997; Executive Notes and Comments Editor - ABI Law Review)
Binghamton University - State University of New York (B.S., Accounting, 1990)

Stephen J. Angelson

Of Counsel

  • New York
  • 120 Broadway
  • 32nd Floor
  • New York, NY 10271
  • 212-238-3102

Mr. Angelson represents U.S. and foreign banks and financial institutions in domestic and international, committed and uncommitted, secured and unsecured, commercial financing transactions.  He specializes in, among other areas, international commodities lending, general asset-based lending, acquisition finance and accounts receivable financing, and has extensive experience counseling clients on an array of legal, financial and practical issues.

Prior to law school, Mr. Angelson worked as an accountant for four years.  Following law school, he built on his accounting experience to develop his legal expertise.

Representative Matters

  • Representation of an agent bank in structuring, documenting and negotiating secured syndicated loan facility for energy trader.
  • Representation of an agent bank in structuring, documenting and negotiating secured syndicated loan facility for precious metals refiner.
  • Representation of an agent bank in structuring, documenting and negotiating secured syndicated loan facility for precious and base metals trader.
  • Representation of an agent bank in structuring, documenting and negotiating secured syndicated loan facility for sugar trader.
  • Representation of an individual bank in structuring, documenting and negotiating bilateral loan facility for cotton trader.
  • Representation of an individual bank in structuring, documenting and negotiating secured bilateral loan facility for biodiesel fuel trader.
  • Representation of an accounts receivable factor in workout of factoring transactions with temporary personnel agency.

“It is incumbent upon lawyers to properly communicate legal issues to their clients in a manner that is clear, concise and to the point.”

Practices & Industries

Admissions

New York and New Jersey State Bar Associations

Education

St. John's University School of Law (J.D., 1997; Executive Notes and Comments Editor - ABI Law Review)
Binghamton University - State University of New York (B.S., Accounting, 1990)

Professional Activities

New York State Bar Association
Licensed Certified Public Accountant