Highly experienced Structured Finance Lawyers with international experience

Expert Structured Finance Law Firm


"She deeply understands banking and her advice is often commercial and realistic."
- Chambers UK A Client's Guide to the Legal Profession 2019 – Kathryn Shimmin


The Structured Finance team specialises in providing advice for a broad range of participants in structured finance transactions, including banks, bridging funders, funds, investors, issuers, originators and arrangers. Our experience means we have an extensive understanding of issues that may affect market participants. We work with our clients to develop practical and innovative structures for lenders, investors and operators in many sectors.

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Main Areas Of Practice


Limited and Full Recourse

Our experts advise on structuring and documenting finance (revolving and term) to support underlying lending or other credit risk based activities including bridging finance, loans to bridging finance providers and refinancing.

Securitisation

Our experience includes advice to housing associations on portfolio finance as well as whole or part business securitisations with or without legal transfer of the funded asset base to SPV or other vehicles.

Bond and Note issues

Our experts advise where multiple funders and/or high liquidity is required. We have advised on bond and note structures, listed and unlisted, and with overseas listings.

Borrowing Base Facilities

We advise on highly flexible combinations of facilities for businesses with multiple asset classes and variable asset values (including stock, work in progress/inventory debtors and certain types of fixed assets).

Our Clients


We advise our clients on a wide range of structured finance transactions and cover multiple jurisdictions, including the UK, Europe and the USA.

"Stands out for its relationships with major UK clearing banks as well as with private lenders".
- Chambers UK A Client's Guide to the Legal Profession 2019


“Exceptional locally based team with experienced individuals. The team is just a pleasure to deal with and makes sure that the deals get done.”
- Chambers UK A Client's Guide to the Legal Profession 2019


Highlights


Advising a UK bank in relation to a £20 million revolving credit facility to a borrower involved in providing development loans. 


Advising a large prop tech platform in connection with a £40 million revolving credit facility, with backup servicing arrangements.


Acting for a number of lenders and borrowers in connection with structured borrowing base facilities across multiple sectors.


Supporting Documents


Banking and Finance Credentials Brochure 2018
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Our Experts


Kath
Shimmin
Partner

Southampton

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Meera
Jansen
Partner

London

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Rebecca
McCabe-North
Partner

Reading

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Reshma
Jogia
Legal Director

Cardiff

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Steve
Cole
Partner

Southampton

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