Jake Lindsay is an associate in the Capital Markets Group in Cadwalader's London office.
Jake regularly advises financial institutions and companies on structured finance transactions, with a particular focus on complex multi-jurisdictional structuring and securitisation transactions. Seconded twice to Wells Fargo Bank (London Branch), he has a broad base of experience in asset based lending, asset finance and general banking matters.
He received a Bachelor of Commerce (B.Comm) degree from McGill University, a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from the University of Leicester, and completed his Legal Practice Course (LPC) at BPP Law School, London. Jake qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2010.
- Acting as transaction counsel for a financial institution and its commercial paper conduit in a EUR 175mn multi-jurisdictional English law trade receivables securitisation originated by subsidiaries of the company
- Acting as counsel to the joint lead manager in relation to a note issuance (listed, secured but unrated) for the first Danish auto loan receivables securitisation (transaction size: DKK 5.936bn)
- Acting as transaction counsel in effecting various waivers in a large loan portfolio consisting of several structured borrowers (value US $3.47bn), and in the wind-down and release of eight structured investment companies (value approx. US $2bn)
- Acting as transaction counsel and for the company in a EUR 95mn multi-jurisdictional English law securitisation of trade receivables originated by subsidiaries of the company.
Jake has also coordinated several multi-jurisdictional security and regulatory/licensing advisory projects, including:
- A banking survey summarising the legal framework for multiple business lines in 27 target global jurisdictions for a large international financial institution
- A pan-European (18 jurisdiction) survey on the legal and regulatory environment for the asset based lending function of a large financial institution
- A 19-jurisdiction banking survey with a particular focus on bank regulation, factoring and security