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Jones Day

21 TUDOR STREET, LONDON, EC4Y 0DJ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7039 5959
Fax:
Fax 020 7039 5999
DX:
67 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
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Web:
www.jonesday.com

Emily Stew

Tel:
Work +44.20.7039.5211
Email:
Jones Day

Work Department

Banking & Finance, Real Estate Finance

Position

Emily Stew is a Partner at Jones Day. She represents financial institutions, private equity funds, alternative capital providers, and corporate borrowers on a wide variety of finance transactions, with a particular focus on domestic and cross-border real estate finance. Recent representations include acting for Greystar Real Estate Partners in respect of the financing of a U.K. student housing portfolio and Hansteen Holdings plc in respect of the acquisition of a ‚ā¨176 million credit facility secured over a portfolio of industrial properties in the Netherlands and the subsequent acquisition and refinancing of that portfolio by Hansteen. Emily acts for clients including British Land, Canyon Capital Advisors, Davidson Kempner Capital Management, Delancey, Goldman Sachs, Greystar Real Estate Partners, Hansteen Holdings plc, LondonMetric Property Plc, Macquarie, Perella Weinberg, and Wells Fargo.

Languages

English.

Member

Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales.

Education

Nottingham Law School (Legal Practice Course with commendation 2005); University of Durham (LL.B. with honours 2004).


London: Real estate

Property finance

Within: Next Generation Partners

Emily Stew - Jones Day

Within: Property finance

Jones Day has added several major banks to its strong lender-side client base; on the borrower side, the firm acts for a number of high-profile asset management and real estate investment firms. The team advises on investment and development finance, loan portfolio sales and acquisitions, and loan-on-loan and structured finance. It also has particular expertise in the PRS, hotel and student accommodation sectors. Practice head Andrew Barker counts senior and mezzanine lenders and equity investors among his clients, and Emily Stew regularly advises on acquisition and development finance.

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