Jun 28, 2019
Cadwalader has been recognized in the 2020 edition of Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom, with five of the firm’s London-based partners featured as leaders in their categories.
Adam Blakemore (Tax Law) advises on the taxation aspects of structuring domestic and cross-border corporate and financing transactions, including securitisations, repackagings, credit linked instruments, stock lending arrangements and a variety of financial products.
Jeremy Cross (Banking & Finance Law) focuses on funds finance and real estate finance, and has broad experience in acquisition, leverage and general corporate finance. He acts for lenders, borrowers and sponsors on a wide range of domestic and international financing transactions.
Stephen Day (Derivatives; Securitisation Law) represents financial institutions, funds and corporations in Europe and the United States in connection with a wide range of structured finance and securitisation transactions, with a particular focus on complex cross-border deals.
Richard Nevins (Insolvency & Restructuring Law) has advised both debtors and creditors on numerous significant transactions over the past 15 years. He focuses on complex European and emerging market financial restructurings, and is well versed in relevant insolvency laws in multiple jurisdictions.
Gregory Petrick (Insolvency & Restructuring Law), is co-chair of the firm’s Financial Restructuring Group and managing partner of the London office. He represents debtors, official unsecured creditors’ committees, secured lenders, state regulators and trustees in complex, cross-border corporate reorganizations.
Inclusion in Best Lawyers is based entirely on peer-review. The methodology is designed to capture the consensus opinion of leading lawyers about the professional abilities of their colleagues within the same geographical region and legal practice area.
The Bank of England has initiated a review of its own exposure to LIBOR,
Scott Cammarn, Jonathan Watkins, Mark Chorazak, Aaron Lang
On 7 June 2019, Regulation (EU) 2019/876 (CRR II) was published in the Official Journal of the EU.