Tom Dell’Avvocato is a senior associate in our Financial Services Practice Group. Tom is experienced in non-contentious banking and finance transactions, with a focus on domestic and cross-border asset-based lending.

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    • ŸAdvising the lead bank in respect of £150 million syndicated facilities to a large UK based insurance broker.
    • Advising a UK bank in respect of £24 million term loan property investment facilities to a cross-border group based in Germany and Cyprus.
    • Advising a US bank on a number of sponsor-backed asset-based lending transactions and refinancings.
    • ŸClient secondment with The Royal Bank of Scotland.
    • Assisting a leading European bank in the development of an SPV structure and documentation for the securitisation of receivables.
    • Assisting with the completion of £125 million syndicated facilities for a sponsor-backed acquisition of a distillery.
    • Advising a US asset based financier in respect of facilities to a cross-border group based in the UK, Sweden and the Netherlands.
    • Advising a UK bank in respect of receivables purchase facilities, term loan facilities and intercreditor arrangements for a metal printer and plastics recycler.
    • Advising a large national CIS bank in connection with the restructuring of US$60 million loan participation notes.
    • Advising a UK bank in connection with asset-based lending and trade finance facilities to a major UK rice supplier.
    • Assisting with the senior refinancing of a large British fashion retailer.
    • ŸAdvising a UK bank in respect of £50 million sale and purchase facilities.
    • Advising a UK bank in respect of £10 million asset-based lending facilities to a Guernsey based group for acquisition finance and working capital purposes.
    • ŸAdvising lenders in respect of financial queries, amendments to and restatements of existing facilities and ongoing portfolio matters.
    • Advising financial institutions, corporates and individuals in respect of a variety of finance and banking matters generally.

    Education

    • University of Law, Graduate Diploma in Law, LPC, LL.B.

    Admissions

    • England and Wales
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