Jacquie Ingram is a special counsel in the Financial Restructuring Group in Cadwalader's London office.
She focuses on debt restructuring and special situations financing. Jacquie has extensive experience of acting on complex cross-border restructurings, involving a wide range of insolvency and reorganization processes. Her practice also encompasses direct lending and 'special situations' financing. She has worked with a diverse range of clients including distressed investors, banks, corporates and creditor and noteholder committees.
Jacquie graduated from Nottingham University with a first class BA and studied for the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School. She has worked on secondment in Tokyo and Amsterdam, as well as at a leading CLO fund. She is admitted to the roll of Solicitors of England and Wales.
Recent notable deals include:
- Acting for a fund ad hoc committee on the ongoing restructuring of Marme Inversiones, the Santander HQ propco through a Spanish law liquidation process;
- Acting for the lead creditor in the restructuring of the German automotive business ATU;
- Acting for lenders in various cross-border direct lending transactions, including for groups in based in Germany, Luxembourg, Finland, Switzerland and Portugal;
- Acting for the lead investors on the acquisition of the French steel manufacturer Ascometal from its liquidators;
- Acting for the lead investor on the debt restructuring of Endeka Ceramics SAU through a scheme of arrangement;
- Acting for dissenting creditors in the Scheme of Arrangement of Guardian Digital Communications Limited;
- Acting for lender committees in the restructurings of hibu plc (formerly Yell) and Truvo (formerly World Directories);
- Representing Oaktree Capital in relation to the restructurings of Klockner Pentaplast, Panrico, Countrywide Plc and Gulmar Marine;
- Advising distressed investors on a number of other confidential investments.