Nathan Krapivensky 

Associate – London
T.+44 (0) 20 7170 8622
Dashwood House
69 Old Broad Street
London EC2M 1QS
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Nathan Krapivensky is an associate in the Capital Markets Group, resident in the London office.

Nathan’s practice focuses on complex financing transactions involving a wide variety of asset classes. He has represented clients on a broad range of capital markets matters, including CLOs, initial public offerings and secondary equity and debt capital raisings. He represents leading investment banks, arrangers, issuers and collateral managers in transactions throughout Europe and the United States.

Prior to joining Cadwalader, Nathan trained and worked in the Melbourne office of a leading international law firm. He has broad corporate experience, including in public and private merger and acquisition transactions and capital markets. He has also undertaken a lengthy secondment as corporate counsel to Optus SingTel. Nathan has also travelled, worked and studied extensively overseas. His international experience includes study at Harvard University and work as an advisor at United Nations headquarters in New York.

Nathan graduated from Monash University, Australia with undergraduate degrees in Law (Honours) and Business (Banking and Finance). After completing a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Nathan was admitted to practice as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of Victoria and High Court of Australia.

Nathan Krapivensky 


  • Supreme Court of Victoria, Australia
  • High Court of Australia


  • Monash University
    LL.B. (Hons), 2013
  • Monash University
    B.Bus. (Bkg & Fin.), 2013
  • Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    Course in Conflict Resolution and International Law, 2012
  • Harvard University
    Course in Law & Psychology, 2008


May 8-9: Commercial Real Estate Finance (CREFC) Summit-West (Santa Monica, Cal.)

Cadwalader is sponsoring this event, where Stuart Goldstein will moderate the panel on CRE CLOs.

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