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Addleshaw Goddard

MILTON GATE, 60 CHISWELL STREET, LONDON, EC1Y 4AG, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7606 8855
Fax:
Fax 020 7606 4390
DX:
47 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
Email:
Web:
www.addleshawgoddard.com

Steve Mackie

Tel:
Work +44 (0)20 7160 3269
Email:
Web:
www.addleshawgoddard.com/en/our-people/m/steve-mackie/
Addleshaw Goddard

Work Department

Finance & Projects

Position

Partner advising in relation to structured finance; specialising in social housing finance, real estate finance, debt capital markets, project finance and derivatives

Career

Trained with Addleshaw Goddard and partner since 2013

Languages

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Member

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Education

LPC – Nottingham Law School – 2001- 2002

 

LLB Law – University of Nottingham – 1998 - 2001


London: Real estate

Property finance

Within: Property finance

The team at Addleshaw Goddard is known for its expertise in hotel financing, private rental sector (PRS) schemes and student accommodation, and has also been doing an increasing amount of work for investors from Asia and the GCC; practice head Paul Salsbury acted for GR Properties on the £134.5m acquisition of Juxon House, the client’s second purchase in the UK market. While the practice is known for its lender-side strength, it has also expanded its client base on the borrower side, taking on Puma Investments and HB Reavis, among others; James Salford acted for the former on the development financing of the Hampton by Hilton Hotel at Edinburgh airport. Habib Ullah joined in May 2017 from Taylor Wessing (Middle East) LLP  to strengthen the firm’s Islamic financing practice; Zak Ikponmwosa  joined as a partner from Clifford Chance in April 2018; and Dave Wilson retired from the practice. Sarah Egbu, Steve Mackie and 'incredibly good deals captain' Zoe Maurer are also noted.

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Social housing: finance

Within: Leading individuals

Steve Mackie - Addleshaw Goddard

Within: Social housing: finance

Addleshaw Goddard¬†is ‚Äėan acknowledged leader‚Äô for social housing finance deals, and ‚Äėhas a depth of experience that is simply invaluable‚Äô. The team, which has taken on a number of new associates, is best known for advising lenders in the debt capital markets space, and has also acted in refinancing transactions associated with all of the housing sector‚Äôs major mergers. Indeed, Lee Shankland¬†acted for all lenders to Genesis Housing Association, Notting Hill Housing Trust and Notting Hill Home Ownership in relation to the mergers of these groups, and the associated refinancing of all legacy debt. Similarly, Nick Barlow¬†advised a consortium of lenders including Abbey National Treasury Services and AIB Group on the refinance of all existing loan facilities to AmicusHorizon and Viridian Housing as part of the merger between these housing association to create the new group, Optivo; the team then advised AIB Group on its new ISDA documentation with Optivo. Capital markets highlights have included Beth Collett¬†advising the joint bookrunners and bond and security trustee on a secured bond issuance by London & Quadrant (L&Q) totalling ¬£500m, and Steve Mackie¬†assisting BlackRock Investment Management with a ¬£100m private placement transaction with Wheatley Housing Group, which marked the client‚Äôs second-ever transaction in the social housing sector. Managing associate Geoffrey McGinley¬†is also recommended.

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