Kimberly Perdue is a corporate partner in the Dallas office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Her practice focuses on private equity, financing transactions and debt restructurings. Kimberly has extensive experience representing private equity funds, financial institutions, institutional investors and public and private issuers in a wide variety of financing transactions in both the United States and abroad, with a concentration on acquisition financing, investment grade lending, cash-flow based lending, asset-based lending (including reserve-based lending for oil and gas transactions), power project financing, mezzanine financing and subordinated debt financing. In addition, Kimberly is experienced in debtor-in-possession and exit financing and workouts and restructurings on behalf of both issuers and investors. Kimberly also regularly counsels clients on working capital arrangements, debt compliance matters and corporate governance matters.
Admissions & Qualifications
- 2006New York
- Duke University School of LawJ.D.2005
- Loyola University, New Orleans1996