Lucy W. Farr
Concentrates in the taxation of corporate finance, derivatives and structured finance, as well as on U.S. and international tax planning for financial institutions.
Lucy concentrates in the taxation of corporate finance, derivatives and structured finance, as well as on U.S. and international tax planning for financial institutions. She has advised financial institutions and issuers in the development and execution of complex public and private financial products designed to achieve capital raising, hedging or other objectives.
Lucy has also done significant work in bankruptcy and other restructuring matters and in representing investment funds.
She is a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel. She is co-chair of the Financial Instruments Committee of the Tax Section of the New York State Bar Association and has held multiple leadership roles in the ABA Section on Taxation.
- SGH private exchange offers
- Morgan Stanley $2 billion subordinated reset notes offering
- Morgan Stanley $4 billion senior notes offering
- Bank of America $3 billion fixed-to-floating-rate notes
- Toronto-Dominion Bank $100 million notes offering
- Toyota Motor Credit $3 billion notes offering
- Toronto-Dominion Bank $2 billion notes offering
- Diebold Nixdorf comprehensive debt recapitalization transaction
- Novavax $175.25 million convertible senior notes offering
- Lantheus Holdings $575 million convertible senior notes offering
- Morgan Stanley £1.25 billion SONIA-linked notes offering
- Wolfspeed $1.75 billion convertible senior notes offering
- Brookdale Senior Living $125 million tangible equity units offering
- Texas Instruments $800 million notes offering
- Toyota Motor Credit $1.35 billion notes offering
- Equinix $1.5 billion at-the-market offering
Chambers USA – Tax, New York
Legal 500 U.S. – Tax: Financial Products
Who's Who Legal – Corporate Tax: Advisory, Global Leader
Best Lawyers – Tax, New York
- Editor in Chief, Yale Journal on Regulation
- cum laude
- Partner, 2003-present
- Associate, 1995-2003
Qualifications and admissions
- State of New York