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Katrina Edge

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Banking and Finance, Real Estate, Corporate and Commercial, Derivatives and Structured Finance.


Katrina Edge is a partner and head of Ogier’s Banking and Finance team in Jersey. Katrina has extensive experience advising on a wide range of financing and corporate transactions. She advises a broad range of local and international financial institutions, investors and borrowers and has particular expertise in secured lending, property financing and restructuring transactions. Katrina also has extensive experience advising clients on the establishment of real estate holding structures and the acquisition and disposal of such structures. Katrina’s clients say ‘She has always been on top of her game.’.


Hill Dickinson (1999-2000); Farrer & Co (2000-2002); Ogier (2002); partner Ogier (2013).


Law Society of England and Wales, Law Society of Jersey.


Benenden School, Kent; Bristol University (1997), University of the West of England (1998). Qualified as an English solicitor (not practicing) 2001; Advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey 2005.


Banking and finance

Within: Leading individuals

Katrina Edge - Ogier

Within: Banking and finance

The Ogier team ‘provides a first-class service, makes itself readily available at short notice and provides concise advice and guidance’. Clients praise ‘bright, approachable and focused’ practice head Katrina Edge, who ‘demonstrates a clear understanding of what clients need’. Especially strong in lender-side real estate financing transactions and acquisition finance, the team was recently bolstered by the arrival of Simon Felton from Mourant Ozannes and the promotion to counsel of Peter Longstaffe. Barclays engaged the group – as well as its Guernsey and BVI counterparts – to advise on its refinancing of Tritax Big Box REIT’s secured syndicated facility, and Bruce MacNeil represented ADEEM in the restructuring of the conventional and shari'ah-compliant financing arrangements provided to certain of its subsidiaries. Richard Daggett, senior associate Chula O’Donoghue and associate Jennifer Cox are also recommended for their ‘conscientiousness and responsiveness’. Other notable clients include the Bank of Montreal, Credit Suisse and HSBC.

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Structured finance and securitisation

Within: Structured finance and securitisation

At Ogier, ‘the advice is always very comprehensive yet clear and succinct so that clients find it easy to follow’. Practice head Simon Felton – supported by counsel Peter Longstaffe – led the advice to a structured investment vehicle on its winding-up, and the ‘very experienced and responsiveDaniel Richards acted for a financial services company in a series of debt security listings on The International Stock Exchange (TISE). Instructed by IDB Trust Services as issuer, Bruce MacNeil oversaw the issuance of high-value trust certificates for the purchase of several shari'ah-compliant assets from the Islamic Development Bank. In other highlights, the team handled a major bank’s acquisition of a high-yield bond offering to redeem existing notes and make a number of shareholder payments. Katrina Edge spearheads the firm’s banking and finance department and is also a key name. Senior associate Lucy Chambers re-joined the department from an in-house position at TISE.

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