Golda is an associate in the firm's Commercial & Public Finance group. Her practice focuses on corporate trust and general corporate matters. She represents trustees in connection with complex corporate and municipal transactions. She also advises companies throughout various stages of growth, such as forming and restructuring business entities, drafting organizational documents and obtaining corporate financing.
Her experience encompasses drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial loan documentation, including indentures, commitment letters, term sheets, fee letters, opinions, certificates, credit agreements, security documents, letters of credit, intercreditor agreements, amendments, waivers, assignment agreements and promissory notes. She also conducts due diligence, counsels clients on acquisitions and helps clients manage security interests in various types of collateral.
Golda is a native speaker of Tagalog; She also is proficient in French. She is a member of the firm's Pro Bono Committee.
- Represented a U.S. banking company acting as corporate trustee in a $500 million senior debt offering for a media and entertainment conglomerate.
- Acted as outside general counsel to a U.S. banking company serving as bond trustee, fiscal agent and escrow agent in various municipal bond offerings.
- Represented subsidiaries of a large bakery chain in several multimillion-dollar corporate financings, including revolvers and term loans.
- "PPPs in the age of Duterte," Infrastructure Investor, March 2018
- "Preserving Endangered Languages in Native Communities in the Face of Conflicting Federal Education Policy," Sovereignty Symposium, June 2015
- Jurisprudence Award, Art and Cultural Property Law
- Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section, New York State Bar Association
- Young Patrons of Lincoln Center