Winston & Strawn Attorneys Christina Rogers Robertson and Christina Wheaton were named Women Leaders in Secured Finance by The Secured Lender. The women profiled represent leaders within SFNet’s member organizations and are Secured Finance Foundation contributors.
Christina Rogers Robertson is an associate in Winston’s Houston office. She concentrates her practice on structuring, negotiating and documenting complex credit transactions. She has experience with various types of debt financings, including cash flow and asset-based lending transactions, senior secured first lien and second lien loan financings, and distressed lending transactions. Christina represents a broad range of clients, including banks, private equity funds, specialty lenders, and both privately-held and publicly-held borrowers. Her experience spans a broad range of industries, including technology, professional services, manufacturing, oil and gas, and asset-based lenders and factors. Christina has served on the Recruitment Committee for summer associates, and she currently participates in the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Associate Sponsorship Program. In addition, she has handled pro bono intake clinics with Houston Volunteer Lawyers, and has worked with the Innocence Project and Houston Bar Association’s LegalLine.
Christina Wheaton is an associate in Winston’s Chicago office. She represents banks, non-bank lenders, and borrowers in connection with middle-market asset-based and cash flow credit facilities and related restructurings. Christina also represents administrative agents and collateral managers in CLOs and warehouse/leverage facilities. Christina was named Best Lawyers “Ones to Watch” for Banking and Finance Law in 2021. When Christina is not spending time on billable matters, she represents pro bono clients on a variety of legal issues. In particular, she has represented veterans that were severely injured in combat operations by assisting them in obtaining specially adapted smart homes built and provided by the Restoring Independence Supporting Empowerment (R.I.S.E.) program of the Gary Sinise Foundation. In addition, Christina serves as a mentor to younger associates through the firm’s mentorship program.
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