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Stephenson Harwood LLP

Banking & Finance

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What the team is known for

Advises a range of clients across the market including both borrowers and lenders. Particularly adept at acting for specialty lenders, banks and corporates on leveraged and acquisition financings. Domestic strength is bolstered by a strong overseas presence.

Work highlights

Advised The Diverse Income Trust on the £20 million multicurrency revolving credit facility made available to it by the Royal Bank of Scotland.

Notable practitioners

James Linforth is a key contact at the firm.

Julie Romer is adept at advising clients on acquisition and leveraged finance matters. She has experience acting for sponsors and borrowers in addition to lender-side clients on domestic and cross-border mandates.
"Julie is excellent both technically and commercially and a pleasure to work with." "She brings a rounded approach to advice and is very good at putting it into layman terms, distilling complex legal advice into language non-lawyers can understand."

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Banking & Finance Department

Stephenson Harwood LLP

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1 Finsbury Circus

London

Greater London

UK

EC2M 7SH

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Banking & Finance: Mid-Market


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