Bruce G. Holden


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  • Biography

    Bruce Holden is a Partner in the Business Transactions and Banking & Finance practice groups and has been in practice for over 50 years. Bruce's practice includes serving as general counsel for a number of small and mid-sized privately held businesses.

    Bruce represents real estate developers, lenders, software development companies, construction companies, distributors, and manufacturers.  Additionally, he represents a number of factoring companies, asset based lenders, and purchase order financing companies.

    His experience includes counseling entrepreneurs and business people on the various legal aspects related to development and growth of their business as well as work on many significant transactions, such as acquisition of loan portfolios, negotiating and documenting credit facilities for lenders, acquisition of apartment complexes, and buying and selling businesses.


    • California


    • California Bar Association
    • Orange County Bar Association


  • Practice Areas
  • Representative Experience

    Representative Experience

    • Negotiated the acquisition of a $185 million real estate loan portfolio;
    • Negotiated and documented many multi-million dollar asset based revolving line of credit facilities for banks and asset based lenders;
    • Negotiated and documented many multi million dollar purchase order financing facilities;
    • Negotiated and documented the acquisition of a 350-unit apartment complex;
    • Negotiated and structured a $100 million asset sale;
    • Negotiated and documented the sale of a $165 million dollar building products manufacturer and distributor company.
  • Education


    J.D., Pepperdine University

    M.S., Engineering, University of Michigan

    B.S., Engineering, University of Michigan


    AV® Preeminent™, Martindale-Hubbell

  • Meet Me

    What do you enjoy most about your practice?

    Solving problems for clients in a cost effective manner.

    What is the key to a successful business transaction?

    The key to a successful business transaction is understanding the objectives of all relevant parties and, based on that analysis, negotiating an appropriate solution for my client keeping in mind the cost/benefit paradigm.