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Simon Waller

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Brexit and the legal implications for businesses

Simon is head of the Finance and Restructuring Group based primarily in London.  He specialises in all aspects of restructuring, both contentious and non-contentious.  His client base is accountants, banks and secondary lenders, and advising boards of companies experiencing financial distress.



Simon is one of our specialist Brexit lawyers. Contact Simon Waller for more information on the impact of Brexit on the financial services industry. View our Brexit hub for our full range of Brexit resources.

Brexit - How this will impact on UK financial institutions?

Our financial services team considers a range of issues for financial institutions affected by the vote to leave the EU. To read more, view our article “Brexit - How this will impact on UK financial institutions

Making sense of Brexit - What will it mean to leave the EU for asset managers?

Brexit: Implications for Financial Services videos

Following the referendum vote to leave the EU, this series of videos explores the legal and practical ramifications of this decision.


Visit our Brexit Legal Advice Hub for in-house lawyers



London: Finance

Corporate restructuring and insolvency

Within: Corporate restructuring and insolvency

The 'accessible and knowledgeable' three-partner team at Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP provides 'first-rate advice' to creditors and debtors in formal contentious and non-contentious insolvencies and is 'particularly good at handling sensitive situations which requires the skillful management of competing stakeholder interests'. 'A true expert in the field', Jamie Leader benefits from 'huge intellectual ability as well as sound commercial sense' and is consequently well-positioned to advise on complex contentious insolvency matters often involving numerous competing interests. Leader recently advised Moore Stephens, as the liquidators of Webinvest, on simultaneous, contested applications for directions concerning the liquidators’ rights and powers to use information obtained under their statutory powers. 'Always a reassuring presence and a safe pair of hands', team head Simon Waller regularly acts for banks as creditors on mid-market restructuring assignments and is a key member of the team that also includes Carl Allen following his arrival from Pinsent Masons LLP in February 2017. Clients include PwC, Santander, Alix Partners and Steinhoff UK.

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