Industry Leader Kim Wynn Joins Quarles & Brady’s Business Law Practice Group
Her work includes transactions involving foreign currencies, foreign obligors, and foreign collateral.
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (November 2, 2015) — The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP, long recognized as a key player in the financial industry, announces that respected commercial finance attorney Kim Wynn has joined the firm’s Milwaukee office as a partner in its Business Law Practice Group.
Wynn structures, negotiates, and closes commercial finance transactions, including asset-based loans and other secured loans, representing agents and lenders in transactions throughout the United States involving real and personal property collateral. Her work includes transactions involving foreign currencies, foreign obligors, and foreign collateral. She also handles workouts and restructurings and successfully negotiates intercreditor, participation, and subordination agreements.
“We are excited to have Kim join Quarles & Brady,” said firm managing partner Fred Lautz. “Her wealth of strategic knowledge and commercial finance experience make her an outstanding addition to the firm.”
“Quarles & Brady offers the opportunity to partner with clients as part of a large team that provides the highest level of legal services,” added Wynn. Wynn received her law degree, cum laude, from Harvard Law School and her bachelor’s degree, summa cum laude, from Carroll University.
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