Pepper Center Fellow
Cary is a fellow of The Pepper Center for Public Service. The Pepper Center draws on the talents of the firm’s retired partners and senior attorneys to wrestle with tough problems facing our communities. Through the Center, these attorneys study, analyze, and work to resolve problems that affect the lives of people in our communities.
For more than 30 years, Cary has represented private equity sponsors in the acquisition, acquisition financing, and disposition of portfolio companies, along with other liquidity events, including the implementation of leveraged dividends. He has structured numerous complex transactions and restructured portfolio company capital for multiple clients.
He has represented investors in connection with roll-up, single entity, and multiple entity transactions in acquiring, financing, disposing of, reorganizing, and recapitalizing privately held and publicly held businesses. He also participated as an author of the Mergermarket study on leveraged dividends for Private Equity Insight, an investor networking platform.
Cary has represented American and foreign companies in overseas and domestic transactions, including an automobile manufacturer, a producer of aluminum extrusions, several companies involved in the production of foods and food ingredients, U.S. airlines (with respect to the purchase and lease of aircraft), foreign flag airlines (with respect to the lease of aircraft in the United States and with respect to bilateral negotiations involving the United States), and a number of enterprises involved in processing agricultural products. He has assisted with the structuring, documenting, and completing of transactions involving project financing.
He serves as a director of several client companies and has published extensively on the subject of U.S. joint ventures.