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Ashley Shan


Ashley advises borrowers and lenders in all aspects of private finance transactions, including leveraged financing transactions ranging from syndicated senior facilities, second-lien facilities, leveraged buyouts, asset-based loans, revolving credit facilities, term loans, Rule 144A/Regulation S private placements, among others. Ashley represents private equity sponsors, financial institutions, hedge funds and public and private companies, and her clients include Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division, Atlas Holdings and Morgan Stanley.



Representative matters

LBO France and Yarpa on the disposal of McIntosh Group, a leading designer, manufacturer, and marketer of high-end home audio equipment, to Highlander Partners, a Dallas-based private investment firm.

Plains All American Pipeline and Plains Midstream Canada as borrowers on a $1.35 billion senior unsecured revolving credit facility agented by Bank of America to refinance the outstanding indebtedness under Plains All American Pipeline and Plains Midstream Canada's existing credit facility and for general corporate purposes.

Morgan Stanley Senior Funding as Administrative Agent on a $2.475 billion financing for Osmosis Buyer Limited consisting of a $2 billion first lien secured term loan B facility, a $250 million delayed draw term loan B facility and a $225 million revolving credit facility to finance the acquisition of Culligan International by BDT Capital Partners.

Bank of America, N.A. as Administrative Agent on an amendment and restatement of Viatris Inc.'s existing $4 billion senior unsecured revolving credit facility to finance general corporate purposes.



Attorney-at-Law, New York


Duke University School of Law J.D./LL.M. in International and Comparative Law, cum laude

Senior Research Editor, Duke Law Journal (Vol. 68, 2018–19) Salzburg Lloyd N. Cutler Fellow in International Law, 2019

Vanderbilt University B.A. in Philosophy and Sociology, magna cum laude


Mandarin, Chinese
A&O Shearman was formed on May 1, 2024 by the combination of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Allen & Overy LLP and their respective affiliates (the legacy firms). Any matters referred to above may include matters undertaken by one or more of the legacy firms rather than A&O Shearman.