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Baker Donelson Adds Commercial Financial Attorney Anthony C. Cianciotti to Financial Services Transactions Group

Anthony C. Cianciotti, an experienced commercial finance and transactional attorney, has joined Baker Donelson as a member of the Firm's Financial Services Transactions Group.

Mr. Cianciotti, who joins as a shareholder in the Firm's Atlanta office, represents financial institutions and borrowers in structuring, negotiating and closing complex loan transactions. His experience includes asset-based and cash flow working capital facilities, equipment and acquisition financing, and venture debt and growth capital financing. He brings to the Firm proficiency in a number of substantive areas, including lending against "in transit" inventory, government contracts, and trademarked goods, among others.

Chair of Baker Donelson's Financial Services Transactions Group Jackie Prester said, "The core of Anthony's practice is to help clients provide or obtain the capital needed for regional, national, and international businesses to succeed. As an attorney with a strong background in lender transactional work, he brings experience and talent to our Financial Services Transactions Group in Georgia, a large market where our clients are expanding operations. Anthony's depth of capabilities will be invaluable to helping us meet our current client demand for these legal services in this vitally important market."

Mr. Cianciotti joins Baker Donelson from the nationally-recognized debt finance practice of an international law firm and, before then, was in-house counsel at a national asset-based lender providing secured lending solutions to mid-market businesses.

A frequent writer and speaker on topics relevant to the secured lending community, Mr. Cianciotti served as an adjunct professor at Emory University Law School, teaching at the Center for Transactional Law and Practice. He also is recognized by The Best Lawyers in America® in Banking and Finance Law.

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