Adam Namoury advises private and public companies, financial sponsors and special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs), on corporate transactions ranging in value from $2M to $3.5B+, including mergers, acquisitions, business combinations, takeovers, leveraged buyouts, divestitures, carveouts, joint ventures, stock/asset purchases and sales, restructurings, recapitalizations, strategic alliances, minority investments, equity financings, debt financings, corporate finance transactions and project finance transactions. Adam also advises companies, financial sponsors, boards of directors, and senior executives on general corporate governance matters, fiduciary duty issues, and the formation and structuring of various business entities.
Prior to joining the firm, while serving as the General Counsel of a multinational company that traded, distributed, and provided logistics services for chemical and agricultural commodities in more than 65 countries worldwide, Adam built and headed the legal department responsible for delivery of all global legal services and the corporate development department responsible for all corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, project finance and corporate finance transactions.
In addition to his legal practice, Adam is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law where he teaches “Lawyering and Legal Writing” to first-year law students.
- Mergers & acquisitions (public and private)
- Private equity
- Special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs)
- Corporate and securities
- Joint ventures
- Venture capital
- Corporate governance
- Corporate finance
- Project finance