H. Dale Dixon

(402) 231-8732
(402) 346-1148 Fax

Mr. Dixon, partner, concentrates his practice in the areas of structured finance, finance transactions, and mergers and acquisitions. He represents issuers in connection with term and variable funding securitizations totaling in excess of $5 billion and involving a variety of asset classes. Mr. Dixon also regularly represents buyers and sellers of banks, branches and portfolios, as well as buyers and sellers in connection with mergers, acquisitions and divestitures in a variety of nonfinancial industries.

Mr. Dixon represents banks and other financial institutions in regulatory matters, including significant experience with a variety of consumer finance products (credit cards, refund anticipation loans, short-term consumer loans). In connection with his regulatory practice, he has obtained favorable exemptive orders, no-action letters and interpretive advice from the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and other federal and state banking regulators.

Representative experience:

  • Represented the world’s largest direct marketer of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor merchandise in connection with term and variable funding credit card securitizations totaling in excess of $3.5 billion.
  • Represented the world's casual dining leader in connection with $1.8 billion whole business securitization that was recognized as 2007 ABS Deal of the Year by Total Securitization magazine.
  • Represented equipment leasing company in connection with $100 million variable funding equipment lease securitization.
  • Represented NASDAQ-listed global manufacturer of precision bearing components since 2001 in connection with all its senior debt facilities; negotiated, structured and closed revolving credit facilities totaling more than $145 million and term credit facilities totaling more than $100 million and more than €25 million, including multiple currency borrowing capabilities, domestic and foreign borrowers and guarantors and collateral located both domestically and in Europe.
  • Represented one of the world’s largest tax service providers in connection with regulatory matters relating to refund anticipation loans and other tax-related financial products.


“Investment Company Regulation: Issues for Operating Companies and Corporate Counsel,” Nebraska Continuing Legal Education Inc., Omaha, Neb., 1999.