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Linklaters Business Services

Living Wage
ONE SILK STREET, LONDON, EC2Y 8HQ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7456 2000
Fax:
Fax 020 7456 2222
DX:
10 LONDON CITY EC3
Email:
Web:
https://www.linklaters.com
Abu Dhabi, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Bangkok, Beijing, Berlin and 25 more

Ben Dulieu

Tel:
Work 020 7456 3353
Email:
Linklaters Business Services

Work Department

Capital markets, private equity.

Position

Partner in the equity and debt markets group. Ben is experienced in a wide range of equity, equity-linked and debt issues in the international capital markets. Areas covered include convertible and exchangeable bonds, share issues and block trades, regulatory capital, bonds, medium-term note programmes, and associated listing and regulatory rules and regulations.

Career

Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales. Trainee solicitor Linklaters, London and Paris 1995-97; solicitor, London 1997-98; Singapore 1998-2000; Paris 2000-01; managing associate, London 2002-06; partner 2006 to date.

Languages

French.

Education

Wadham College, Oxford (1994: BA Hons Jurisprudence).


London: Finance

Debt capital markets

Within: Leading individuals

Ben Dulieu - Linklaters LLP

Within: Debt capital markets

Linklaters LLP is 'a go-to firm for any investment grade debt and it has the ability to handle both plain vanilla and esoteric products'. Liability management and retail bonds specialist Elaine Keats, who acted for British American Tobacco Group on the issuance of $17.5bn in notes, leads the practice, which has a deep bench of talent across all aspects of DCM. For some, Richard Levy is 'the best counsel in London, especially for complex products; he is super-technical and commercial'. Keith Thomson handles debt and equity-linked transactions in the Euro markets and is a specialist in convertible and exchangeable bonds. Thomson and Ben Dulieu are 'the two lawyers everyone in equity-linked seeks out for transactions'. Carson Welsh focuses on regulatory capital transactions, which last year included advising Banco Santander on $250m in second ranking senior notes, which are new types of security in the Spanish market. US-qualified Cecil Quillen is also recommended for regulatory capital deals. Richard O’Callaghan has significant MENA and emerging markets expertise, and clients note that he is ' highly skilled and responsive, with a particular expertise in more complex issues'. Neil Dixon is 'outstanding - he has the complete confidence of clients and is always up-to-date with market developments in the incredibly technical world of financial services regulatory capital'. Managing associate Manoj Tulsiani is 'very technical and commercial and doesn't waste any time'.

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