Linklaters

Capital Markets: Structured Finance, Securitisation & Derivatives Department

London (Firms)
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Overview

Linklaters has an established reputation as a world leader in the field of capital markets transactions. From debt and equity issues through to derivatives and structured finance, the firm's market-leading capital markets practice advises on the full range of UK, U.S. and domestic laws through our global network of offices.

Derivatives and Structured Products

Part of the firm's pre-eminent Capital Markets practice, the Derivatives group has been at the forefront of every major development in the derivatives market since its inception in the 1980s. Linklaters’ global team advises on derivatives relating to all asset classes. The group handles OTC format and securitised derivatives in the form of bonds, MTNs and warrants, as well as other forms of bespoke derivatives, whether entered into or issued by banks, corporates or SPVs. Major financial institutions also turn to Linklaters for advice on stock lending, repo, prime brokerage and collateral management documentation.

Structured Finance

Linklaters is positioned as one of the world’s most innovative structured finance practices, dominating the UK's securitisation market. The team advises on every type of structured bond transaction, including asset-backed commercial paper, auto-ABS, CDOs/CBOs, RMBS, covered bonds, CMBS, credit card receivables, hybrid project finance, loan portfolio sales and related financings, project bonds, receivables financings, WBS and utility financings.

Members

Ashall, Pauline

Banfield, Leanne

Brown, Mark

Davies, Julian

Drury, Mark

Firth, Simon

Fogarty, Adam

Gray, Toby

Lewis, Paul

Monahan, Matthew

Nuttall, Mark

Philips, David

Samani, Vinay

Shopov, Alexander

Sitlani, Deepak

Srivastava, Aditi

Taylor, Reza

Vickery, Andrew

Voisin, Michael