Moore & Van Allen Law Firm, Attorneys

Financial Services

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We have become one of the country’s foremost Financial Services groups by providing leading national lenders and investors sophisticated, market-savvy counsel coupled with attentive, personal service at highly competitive rates.

Our Financial Services team of over 80 attorneys represents lenders of all types in financings for a broad range of transaction structures.  We also regularly represent our financial sponsor and corporate clients as borrowers in a wide variety of financing matters. 

Deeply experienced in syndicated lending, mezzanine finance, real-estate lending, project and equipment finance, subscription finance, asset-based lending and structured finance, our attorneys create value for our clients through market knowledge, carefully nuanced counsel and a strong work ethic.

Further, thanks to a team approach that matches professionals of diverse skills and varying hourly rates to clients' needs, we provide a premier work product while controlling client costs.

Practice Focus

  • Syndicated credit facilities
  • Real estate lending
  • Mezzanine debt and private equity investments
  • Project and equipment finance
  • Subscription finance
  • Structured finance
  • Asset-based lending
  • Leveraged buyouts
  • Financial sponsor and corporate clients with respect to all financing needs


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  • December 2019

    Financial Services Member Amy Johnson was profiled in Corporate Counsel Women, Influence & Power in Law 2019. The special report honors women who have demonstrated a commitment to advancing the empowerment of women in law.

  • Mitchell quoted in CBJ on the change in Charlotte’s legal landscape
    March 2019, Charlotte Business Journal

    Firm Chairman Tom Mitchell was quoted in the Charlotte Business Journal’s article, “Charting a decade of change in Charlotte’s legal landscape” which was published on March 22. The article discusses how the great recession and subsequent diversification of the local economy forced the region’s biggest law firms to adapt. Mitchell says MVA didn’t begin to see significant growth in terms of lawyers after the recession’s impact until 2015.

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