Jeremy Cross 

Partner – London
T.+44 (0) 20 7170 8530
jeremy.cross@cwt.com
Dashwood House
69 Old Broad Street
London EC2M 1QS
United Kingdom V-CARD

Jeremy Cross is a vastly experienced loan finance lawyer with particular experience in funds finance and real estate finance as well as more general experience in acquisition, leverage and general corporate finance.

Jeremy acts for lenders, borrowers and sponsors on a wide range of domestic and international financing transactions. His clients include the Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group, Barclays Bank, Wells Fargo and National Australia Bank along with a number of other banks, non bank financial institutions and funds.

Chambers UK lists Jeremy as a leader in the field of Banking & Finance, described as “a highly intelligent and commercial figure.” Legal 500 has recommended the “very commercial [Jeremy Cross].” He is also recommended in Bank Lending, noted as “very commercial and has the ability to explain in simple language often difficult concepts.” Jeremy was included among the “Hot 100”’ Lawyers by The Lawyer in 2013.

He was awarded an Exhibition to and received his M.A. in Law from Cambridge University. Jeremy is admitted to practice in England and Wales.

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  • Cadwalader’s Jeremy Cross, Samantha Hutchinson and Mathan Navaratnam Co-Author Chapter in Fund Finance 2019

    Cadwalader partners Jeremy Cross and Samantha Hutchinson, with associate Mathan Navaratnam, are co-authors of the England & Wales chapter in the recently released Fund Finance 2019, a comprehensive guide to the fund finance market published by Global Legal Insights.

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Jeremy Cross 

Admissions

  • England & Wales

Education

  • University of Cambridge
    M.A.

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