Pearl X. Yuan-Garg 

Partner – New York
T.+1 212 504 5560
200 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10281 V-CARD

Pearl X. Yuan-Garg represents private equity sponsors, their portfolio companies, and public and private companies in large-cap and middle-market financing transactions, including acquisition and other leveraged financings, asset-based facilities and corporate credit facilities.

Pearl also has significant experience in complex workouts, restructurings and credit card issuer/airlines co-branding transactions.

Pearl received her J.D. from Yale Law School, her M.S. in Finance from the Graduate School of the People's Bank of China (n/k/a PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University), and her B.A. in English from Beijing Foreign Studies University. She is admitted in New York.

Pearl’s representative matters include advising:

  • A major dealer in connection with the structuring, negotiation and documentation of an acquisition term loan facility paired with TRS to a specialty asset management company.
  • AngioDynamics in connection with the negotiation and documentation of a new revolver-only credit facility of $125 million.
  • A major company in the entertainment industry in connection with the negotiation and documentation of a revolving credit facility agented by JPMorgan.
  • Sprouts Farmers Market in connection with the negotiation and documentation of its post-IPO revolving credit facility (currently of $700 million) and the refinancing and amendment thereof.
  • Apollo Global Management and its portfolio companies, including EP Energy, Hostess Brands, Sprouts Farmers Market, American Gaming Systems, Caelus Energy, and Pinnacle Operating Corporation, in various financing matters.
  • General Atlantic in financing numerous acquisitions and investments, including EviCore, CleaResults, Align Networks, Too Faced, General Information Services, ASHN and Landmark Health, among others.
  • General Atlantic and Silver Lake in financing their joint acquisition of A Place For Mom (APFM), and APFM in financing its subsequent tack-on acquisitions. 
  • Spectrum Brands in financing numerous acquisitions, including its $2.6 billion acquisition of Russell Hobbs and its $1.4 billion acquisition of the Hardware & Home Improvement Group of Stanley Black & Decker, and in refinancing transactions. 
  • KPS Capital Partners in financing its acquisition of Anchor Glass Container and subsequent dividend recapitalization transactions. 
  • KPS Capital Partners and its portfolio company International Equipment Solutions (“IES”) in connection with the refinancings of the acquisition credit facilities.
  • Roark Capital Group in financing its acquisition of a majority stake in, and recapitalization of, Jimmy John’s. 
  • TriWest Capital Partners and Albert Teachers’ Retirement Fund in financing their acquisition of a majority stake in NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul Corp (“NCSG”), and NCSG in its acquisition of B&G Crane Service, and the subsequent amendments and financial restructurings.
  • Centre Partners in financing its acquisition of Stonewall Kitchen.
  • Cable and Wireless Communications in connection with the negotiation and documentation of its $390 million secured bridge facility and $300 million unsecured bridge facility.
  • TPG Capital, Oaktree Capital Management and their co-investor in financing their acquisition of Taylor Whimpey's North American business, Taylor Morrison, and subsequent refinancing transactions.
  • Senior secured lenders in two rounds of out-of-court restructuring of the capital structure of Marsico Capital Management and its affiliates, initially consisting of $1 billion senior secured credit facilities and $1.6 billion mezzanine debt.
  • TPG Capital and GS Capital Partners in financing their $27.5 billion acquisition of ALLTEL Corporation.
  • TPG Capital and Macquarie Bank in their efforts to finance the A$11.1 billion acquisition of Qantas Airways Limited.
  • LS Cable in financing its $900 million strategic acquisition of Superior Essex, the first-ever acquisition of a public U.S. company by a public Korean company with an ABL and a bridge facility.

*Several of the above representations were handled by Pearl prior to her joining Cadwalader.

Pearl X. Yuan-Garg 


  • New York


  • Yale Law School
  • Graduate School of the People's Bank of China
  • Beijing Foreign Studies University

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