Tim Hicks 

Partner – Charlotte
T.+1 704 348 5191
227 West Trade Street
Charlotte , NC 28202 V-CARD

Tim’s practice focuses on fund finance, and he has significant experience negotiating and documenting subscription credit facilities made to multijurisdictional fund vehicles, including private equity, real estate, REIT, infrastructure and debt funds.  He routinely serves as counsel to lenders and lead agents on bilateral and syndicated credit facilities with complex fund collateral structures, including subscription-secured credit facilities, net asset value secured credit facilities and management fee secured credit facilities.  Tim’s experience also encompasses working with fund-related borrowers on the negotiation of third-party investor documents with institutional, high net worth and sovereign wealth investors.  He received his B.S. from Birmingham-Southern College, his M.S. in tax accounting from the University of Alabama and his J.D. from Samford University, where he was a member of the editorial board of the Cumberland Law Review.




  • Cadwalader’s Michael Mascia is Contributing Editor of Fund Finance 2018: Second Edition

    Cadwalader Finance Group co-chair Michael Mascia is the Contributing Editor of Global Legal Insights’ recently released comprehensive guide to the fund finance market, “Fund Finance 2018: Second Edition.” Mascia and Cadwalader Finance partner Tim Hicks also co-authored the chapter “Equity Commitment Facilities: A Primer,” which summarizes the key structural features of an equity commitment facility and outlines the essential considerations for lenders.  View the chapter and the book in its entirety here.


Tim Hicks 


  • North Carolina


March 26-27: 5th Annual Residential Mortgage Servicing Rights Conference

Partner Chris Gavin will speak on a panel addressing "Securitization & Cash Execution."

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