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Andrew Carey

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With a focus on corporate and sovereign debt securities offerings, Andrew's career is rooted in a broad corporate finance 'City' practice spanning equity and debt; secured and unsecured; public and private; structured and plain vanilla. He brings this vast experience to bear in helping clients get the deal they want – complex and difficult when needs be; simple and straightforward when possible. He has worked on financings by issuers across a wide spectrum of credit quality, geography and sector.


London: Finance

Debt capital markets

Within: Leading individuals

Andrew Carey - Hogan Lovells International LLP

Within: Debt capital markets

At Hogan Lovells International LLP, Andrew Carey (who 'makes an effort to get to know his clients') has more than 25 years' experience in international debt offerings including corporate and sovereign bonds. He frequently handles emerging markets deals, which last year included representing African Export-Import Bank in the update of its $5bn EMTN programme, and Banco do Brasil in the issuance of $1bn in senior debt. Senior associate Jonathan Malim, who frequently advises on issuances in the automotive sector, had a hand in those transactions and is a rising star in the practice. He also worked with Sylvain Dhennin, who focuses largely on high yield deals but also has a key role in other deals involving US counterparties, in advising senior creditors of the Mriya Group on the restructuring and defaulted debt of Mriya Agro Holding in Ukraine. The 'very responsive, commercial and proactive' Kit Johnson, who specialises in acting for corporate trustees in capital markets transactions, is highly regarded for his work for clients including Bank of New York Mellon, which he represented in updates by Alfa-Bank of Russia and ABH Holdings to their loan participation note programmes.

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Emerging markets

Within: Leading individuals

Andrew Carey - Hogan Lovells International LLP

Within: Emerging markets

Hogan Lovells International LLP¬†has a full-service emerging markets offering that draws on its¬†finance, corporate, energy, projects and capital markets practices. Its extensive client relationships span Asia, India, Africa, Russia, South America and Eastern Europe. The firm frequently acts for multilateral organisations such as Afreximbank, International Finance Corporation, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, as well as handling¬†export credit-backed projects for¬†commercial banks, project companies, sponsors and developers. A key highlight from last year was the ‚ā¨1.06bn loan to Croatian food retail business Agrokor.¬†Tom Astle, who focuses on multi-jurisdictional corporate restructurings on behalf of creditors, acted for an ad hoc committee of bondholders in that deal.¬†DCM partner and practice head¬†Andrew Carey¬†is a leading light in the market and also played a key role in that deal. He also acted for Banco do Brasil in its $1bn bond offering under its EMTN programme. Export finance partners¬†¬†David Leggott, who handled a $600m pre-export finance loan to KAZ Minerals on behalf of Deutsche Bank,¬†and¬†Andrew Taylor¬†are leaders in their field. Project finance and infrastructure expert¬†Adrian Walker¬†and oil, gas and LNG projects specialist Richard Tyler¬†are also key partners in the practice.¬†Newly promoted partner¬†Alex Kay, who advised a committee of noteholders on the restructuring of Ukrainian company Mriya Agro Holding, is also recommended.

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