Stephen is a senior associate in the Financial Services Practice Group in London. Stephen has experience across a wide range of different finance areas including general banking, securitisation, asset based lending, warehouse lending, corporate lending, financial restructuring, leveraged finance, debt finance and trade finance.

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    • Acting for various leading banks in their provision of financing facilities to various corporate borrowers in the bridging loan, development loan and commercial loan space.
    • Acting for a leading international investment bank in its capacity as facility agent and lender as part of a syndicate in its provision of financing facilities to a leading South African investment bank.
    • Acting for a leading food and wine company which was borrowing funds from two leading commercial banks under a revolving credit facility and a receivables purchase facility.
    • Acting for a leading commercial bank which was restructuring 120 securitisation transactions in relation to its role as Account Bank in response to changes to the Direct Debit Scheme Rules.
    • Acting for a leading investment bank in its provision of asset based lending facilities to a leading financial services company.
    • Acting for a leading special servicer in its provision of trustee services to providers in a securitization.
    • Acting for a leading automobile parts company which was undergoing a corporate restructuring following an administration.
    • Acting for a leading commercial bank in its provision of a large supply chain finance programme to various buyers and suppliers.
    • Advising national and international banks, corporate borrowers, private equity groups, hedge funds, special servicers, trustee providers and individuals on a variety of finance and banking transactions generally.

    Education

    • University of Oxford, M.A., Jurisprudence
    • Cardiff Law School, L.P.C.

    Admissions

    • England and Wales
    • Stephen is recommended in the 2014 edition of The Legal 500 UK.
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