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Banking and finance in Yorkshire And The Humber

Addleshaw Goddard

Addleshaw Goddard‘s banking and finance team in Leeds is led by the ‘excellentAndrew Fordham, a prominent finance lawyer in the region with experience advising both lender and borrower clients. The team acts as the core panel firm for all UK clearing banks, and has specific expertise regarding real estate finance. Nick Barlow has a particular focus on social, sustainable and green finance. Legal director Geoff McGinley and general counsel David Handy are also key team members.

Practice head(s):

Andrew Fordham

Other key lawyers:

Nick Barlow; Geoff McGinley; James Washington


‘Super professional, detailed, considered, proactive and commercial also.’

‘Andrew Fordham leads by example. Personable and pragmatic and available at all times to see things from the borrower and lender lens, which is really important and quite unique.’

‘They are very good about understanding our key objectives and the segment of the market that we and our customers operate in. They routinely deliver for us on complex and sophisticated matters within no service issues (even when sometimes the timetables seem impossibly tight). Plus they’ve always been able to draw on what is a very deep team whenever they’ve needed to.’

‘Andrew Fordham is excellent. He’s hard working, pragmatic, calm under pressure and always delivers. In particular, he strikes a good balance between (i) dealing with technical, legal and drafting issues on our behalf and (ii) knowing when to escalate key issues for our consideration (and clearly setting out those key issues in a manner that helps us to take an informed decision).’

‘Andrew Fordham did an exceptional job for us. The transaction was a very complicated one where the banking aspects were unusual and required clear thinking and advice, to explain what the legal and commercial implications were and help us to reach a conclusion on what was appropriate, what was acceptable and what was not acceptable.’

‘Addleshaw Goddard is the pre-eminent lender law firm in the housing sector. They have the depth of expertise and resources to handle multiple complex transactions. We know that we are in the safest hands when represented by Addleshaws.’

‘All individuals are professional, experienced and a pleasure to work with.’

‘Geoff McGinley is always prepared to assist and add value to the relationship, both inside and outside of transactions.’

Key clients

HSBC UK Bank plc

Aviva Investors

Santander UK PLC

William Jackson Food Group

Daniel Thwaites PLC

Nash Squared Group

Kelling Group

CPPI Bridgewater Place LP

Ribston Industrial Fund

Trustees of the London Clinic Limited

Work highlights

  • Advising Kelling Group on £144m financing to invest in an environmentally sustainable fleet of towable units.
  • Advising CPPI Bridgewater Place, and its manager Marick Capital, on financing and security aspects for the sale of Bridgewater Place.
  • Advising all funders on the approximately £529m in aggregate of existing loan facilities to The Guinness Partnership and the transfer of engagements by Guinness Care and Support to TGPL as part of a group reorganisation, resulting in a single housing entity owning/managing over 60,000 residential and care units.

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

The banking and finance team at Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP sits on the corporate panel of all clearing banks, and is also instructed by a number of listed PLCs and large private companies in the region. Paul Castle leads the team, with clients benefiting from his nationally-recognised education finance expertise. The team has extensive experience advising both borrowers and lenders, with particular strength regarding real estate finance, sustainability-linked loans, and investment trusts.

Practice head(s):

Paul Castle

Other key lawyers:

David Parry; Amy Franks


‘Resource the job efficiently and effectively. Well connected with other lawyers and lenders which makes the negotiation process more efficient. Know market practice well so they can advise on what to accept and challenge. Proactive.’

‘Paul Castle – very responsive, very experienced; knows the market back to front, both the people and market practice; resources the job well; very diligent about fee estimates and updates.’

‘Highly capable, trusted, customer focused. Understand our business and have developed strong relationships throughout our teams.’

Key clients

HSBC UK Bank plc

DFS Furniture plc

Harworth Group plc

UK Land Estates

Accsys Technologies plc

G2M Capital

Cranswick plc

Virgin Money (previously Clydesdale/Yorkshire Bank)

Santander UK plc

Finsbury Growth & Income Trust plc

Work highlights

Pinsent Masons LLP

Pinsent Masons LLP‘s banking and finance team, based in Leeds, is led by Matthew Clayton-Stead, whose practice spans large corporate financings, issues relating to non-bank lenders, and structured finance matters. The team has particular expertise in the asset-based and structured finance spaces, and also has notable experience regarding sustainability-linked loans. Legal director Sean Houlihan leads the team’s real estate finance offering. Tom McHugh joined the team in December 2022 from Addleshaw Goddard, bringing a particular specialism in social housing finance to the group.

Practice head(s):

Matthew Clayton-Stead

Other key lawyers:

Stephen Woods; Tom McHugh; Sean Houlihan; Christopher Graham


‘Exceptionally responsive team who are a pleasure to deal with.’

‘Christopher Graham delivered an exceptional quality of service and advice during our recent transaction.’

Key clients

DCC plc

Grant Thornton UK LLP

Hill & Smith PLC

HSBC UK Bank plc

National Westminster Bank plc

Riverdale Healthcare

Santander UK Bank plc

SIG plc

Tosca Debt Capital

Turner & Townsend

Work highlights

  • Advising DCC on a new £800m sustainability-linked revolving credit facility with its banking group of ten major international banks.
  • Advising Hill & Smith PLC, an international group creating sustainable infrastructure and safe transport, on the refinancing of its £250m multi-currency revolving credit facility with its banking group of six major international banks.
  • Advising Grant Thornton UK on its new £105m sustainability-linked revolving credit facility with its banking group of four major international banks.

Shoosmiths LLP

Anna Robson leads the banking and finance team at Shoosmiths LLP in Leeds. The team has experience assisting a range of borrower and lender clients with leveraged and acquisition financing, venture debt, real estate financing and general corporate financing, often with international elements. Principal associate Parin Galaiya is developing the team’s expertise in sustainability-linked loans in the real estate finance space. Director Charlotte Thomas and senior associate Kat Raanan are also recommended.

Practice head(s):

Anna Robson

Other key lawyers:

Parin Galaiya; Kat Raanan; Charlotte Thomas


‘The banking team is always available to discuss ideas we have and give us guidance on key legal issues or considerations which aid our thinking.’

‘All are very well connected in our local markets so they are able to offer more than just legal advice, they make commercial introductions to other professionals, investors and clients. It is important to us that our advisors are in tune with the local market and ecosystems in which we operate.’

Key clients

CPL Industries Group Limited

HSBC UK Bank plc

Shawbrook Bank Limited

Santander UK PLC

Moorfield Group Limited

National Westminster Bank plc

Boost&Co/Growth Lending

Hilco Capital Limited

Octopus Investments


Work highlights

  • Advising CPL Industries Group on a £52m senior and mezzanine refinancing.
  • Advising HSBC Bank UK on the funding of the acquisition of Largo Leisure Parks, a Scottish-based holiday park operator.
  • Advising Santander UK on a £7m term facilities agreement for Emperor Designs Consultants, a creative communications agency which has recently moved to employee ownership.

Walker Morris LLP

Philip Scott serves as the the practice head at Walker Morris LLP. The Leeds-based team is noted by one client as ‘a single office firm with a concentration of talented, high calibre lawyers’. The firm has particular strength in the sports finance area, and is also noted for its expertise regarding sustainability-linked loans and private equity-backed transactions. ‘First-class’ director Laura Lister is another name to note. Former co-head Michael Taylor has left the practice.

Practice head(s):

Philip Scott

Other key lawyers:

James Crellin; Laura Lister


‘WM are a unique practice as they are a single office firm with a concentration of talented, high calibre lawyers.’

‘Philip Scott is a stand-out member of the practice for me. He provides a partner-led service that benefits from an experienced, calm and assured approach. It is clear that he is focused on the development of his team too.’

‘The team have depth and a range of knowledge to help with issues beyond just the banking documents, whether that be exit route advice for the bank, contact review or advice on IP, they have someone to help.’

‘Laura Lister is a first-class banking lawyer: bright, attentive, responsive, personable and gives clear advice.’

‘The Walker Morris team has expert knowledge of complex finance and real estate structures. The workout and recoveries team work closely with the banking team to ensure that all transactions are analysed from the “worst case” scenario to best protect their clients.’

‘James Crellin – responsive and has excellent technical banking knowledge and communication skills. James can manage all types of financings to deliver an excellent and cost effective product.’

‘The WM team have a real can-do attitude – they combine protecting their clients’ interests with a focus on delivering within the required timescales. I love the fact that, unlike some other firms, with WM you deal with the senior, experienced people who take hands-on responsibility for the work; they understand the issues and negotiate hard on your behalf.’

‘Philip Scott and Laura Lister are completely committed to their clients – doing whatever is required to get a transaction over the line. Laura Lister is brilliant at co-ordinating multiple parties in complex transactions and bringing all the threads together.’

Key clients

Marshalls Plc

Lloyds Bank Plc

Evans Property Group

Findel Education

Virgin Money (also known as Yorkshire Bank/Clydesdale Bank Plc)

HSBC UK Bank Plc

DLA Piper

The Leeds-based banking and finance team at DLA Piper is particularly well regarded for its ‘extremely strong understand of real estate finance’. Kirstie Allerton and Sarah Day jointly head up the practice, with expertise in complex, often cross-border transactions for banks. Additionally, the department fields a dedicated energy and infrastructure project finance team. The team has recently seen an increasing focus on green and sustainable finance work, headed up by legal directors Robert Cockburn and Laura Gordon.

Practice head(s):

Kirstie Allerton; Sarah Day

Other key lawyers:

Laura Gordon; Robert Cockburn; Carol Conway; Charlotte Smith; Charlotte Woodfield


‘They manage the cases well with clear deadlines and overcome obstacles efficiently and pragmatically.’

‘The team provides a broad range of support on the property and banking side. Always conscious of fees and they manage to balance an efficient service with protecting the client at all times with a commerciality that borrowers, and their lawyers, appreciate.’

‘Carol Conway is superb in all aspects of her work.’

‘Kirstie Allerton leads the team very well and steps in when required.’

‘Charlotte Woodfield has been great on the banking side – her help and input was invaluable.’

‘Stong diverse team with an extremely strong understanding of real estate finance. Always available and solution driven. See the bigger picture and work to deliver the deal.’

‘Kirstie Allerton is exceptional and can explain complex issues in simple terms that are easy to understand. Carol Conway is strong and very efficient.’

Key clients

Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale


Blackfinch Investments

Aviva Investors

Henry Boot PLC

NatWest Bank plc

Town Centre Securities plc

Kommunalkredit Austria AG

Work highlights

  • Advised Aviva Investors on a £48m sustainable green debt facility (which incorporated a £150m accordion element) to various subsidiaries of Urban Logistics REIT.
  • Advising Rabobank, as lender, on the long-term financing for the development, construction and operation of a solar park in England and an onshore wind farm in Northern Ireland.
  • Assisting Lloyds Bank, National Westminster Bank, Santander UK, Citibank, N.A., Northern Bank and The Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland with the refinancing of the Genuit group’s existing facilities by way of a £350m multi-currency sustainability-linked revolving facility.

Irwin Mitchell

Paddy Sturman leads the Leeds-based banking and finance team at Irwin Mitchell, and also acts as the national client partner for a number of high-profile names from the banking sector. The team has long-established expertise working for both borrower and lender clients on issues including corporate banking, real estate investment and development, and cross-border finance. Clients benefit from the team’s national reach, and consequent ability to ‘utilise resources across difference offices’.

Practice head(s):

Paddy Sturman

Other key lawyers:

Mark Appleby


‘Great connectivity and everyone knows their role and the transaction inside out.’

‘Paddy Sturman is always available to discuss and is very approachable. Allows the junior members of the team to progress transactions but on hand to ensure a smooth process if issues come up.’

‘We use Irwin Mitchell in Leeds for a significant percentage of our lending activity. We get prompt and accurate quotes, and the team puts a lot of thought into getting scoping and pricing right. There is always transparency on costs and we get excellent value for money.’

‘The team are responsive and always give clear and accurate advice. Transactions are well resourced with the right amount of partner involvement. There is a relationship of trust and we can rely on the team for transactions that are on tight timescales or have a degree of complexity. They are one of the ‘go to’ teams on our panel and compare favourably to other firms.’

‘Paddy Sturman is personable and easy to get on with. He is always calm and measured and we have a high degree of trust in the advice that we are given. We can always rely on Paddy and his team to deliver on their commitments.’

‘The team will utilise resources across different offices depending on the deal.’

Key clients

HSBC UK Bank plc

Santander UK plc

National Westminster Bank Plc


Gravity Fitness

Lloyds Bank plc


Norddeutsche Landesbank

Hunters Property Group


Work highlights

  • Advised National Westminster Bank and HSBC UK Bank on a sterling revolving credit facility of £75m (with a £35m uncommitted accordion) made available to a West Yorkshire-based manufacturer to assist with its growth plans.
  • Advised HSBC UK Bank on a £45m term loan and revolving credit facility to a Jersey-registered SPV company to facilitate its acquisition of a portfolio of over fifty properties in the healthcare sector.
  • Advised ICG on a term loan facility made available to a large national student accommodation business in relation to the refinancing of significant student accommodation schemes.

Squire Patton Boggs

Squire Patton Boggs' Leeds-based banking and finance offering is jointly headed up by Nicholas Bell, who is an expert in real estate finance, and Tom Telford, who is a specialist in complex asset-based lending structures. Clients benefit from the team’s ability to collaborate with other departments within the firm, notably the property and corporate teams.

Practice head(s):

Tom Telford; Nicholas Bell

Other key lawyers:

Rhianna Eden


‘Knowledgeable, proactive and responsive banking and property teams. Lead transactions and ensure momentum. Good relationships with their peers in the sector and beyond. Value for money and competitive within the market.’

‘Nicholas Bell is always contactable, leads transactions well and always understands our requirements. Advice is clear and adds value, highlighting risks and mitigants/commercial rationale.’

Key clients

Arbuthnot Asset Based Lending Limited

Wells Fargo Capital Finance (UK) Limited

Jomast Finance Limited

Ashcourt Group Limited

Clydesdale Bank plc

LDC (Managers) Ltd

Cooperative H2 Equity Partners Fund V. U.A

Specialist People Services Group Limited

Work highlights

  • Advised Wells Fargo and Clydesdale on a £45m syndicated ABL facilities agreement with CPL Industries Group.
  • Advised Special People Services Group on £35m funding in relation to the exit of LDC.
  • Advised Clydesdale on a £37m senior funding package for LDC’s acquisition of Aspire Solutions.

Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP

Inspirational leaderJohn Connor spearheads the national banking and finance practice at Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP from firm’s base in Leeds. The team has particular expertise assisting with real estate, corporate and public finance for both borrower and lender clients, including major high street banks and corporate clients local to the Leeds area. Associate Jake Unsworth is also recommended.

Practice head(s):

John Connor

Other key lawyers:

Mark Casey; Viktor Osasu; Jake Unsworth; Lewis Sanderson


‘Lovely varied team of highly regarded professionals. Partner level personnel are happy to get stuck into the details. The workloads are also allocated fairly and reasonably. The team is highly effective at all levels.’

‘John Connor is an inspirational leader. John is unique as he leads a strong team from the front. He is happy to get his hands dirty. You can tell his team looks up to him and his years of wisdom.’

‘Jake Unsworth is a personable and a very switched-on associate, who works seamlessly with John Connor.’

Key clients


Virgin Money

Lloyds Bank plc


Cairngorm Capital


NorthEdge Capital

Endless LLP

Grainger PLC

Wykeland Group Limited

Venator PLC

Department for Education

PRAC Financial Limited

Europa Capital

British Engines

Kennelpak Limited

National Westminster Bank PLC

Anaergia Inc


Work highlights

  • Advised Anaergia on a bridge lending programme for an additional €50million of funding, as well as the ongoing €75m senior financing programme, following the client’s successful €100 million junior loan note funding programme with Arjun Infrastructure Partners.
  • Advising Lloyds Development Capital on all aspects of its significant minority £85m investment in Aspire Technology Solutions, including on the senior debt provided by Five Arrows (a lending arm of Rothschild) and CYBG.
  • Advising NVM Private Equity on all aspects of its backing of a management buy-out of the Easby Group, including advice on the senior term loan and invoice discounting facilities (provided by CYBG) and the related security and inter-creditor arrangements.

Andrew Jackson Solicitors LLP

The banking and finance team at Andrew Jackson Solicitors LLP is led by Nick Scott, who is based in Hull. Scott is a specialist in advising overseas lenders, and leverages his experience in financing arrangements involving assets across different jurisdictions to that end. The team works with the firm’s corporate, real estate, agriculture and shipping departments to advise clients on a range of issues, from corpoate refinancing to specialist shipping finance matters.

Practice head(s):

Nick Scott

Other key lawyers:

Andrew Oliver; Helen Mellors


‘They are keen to add value where possible to transactions we are undertaking. They run events that help and support the local business community.’

‘Specialist commercial property banking team. Experienced and able to pull in commercial contract expertise, essential in helping us make quick decisions on increasingly complex matters.’


Marie Pugh leads Clarion's Leeds-based banking and finance group. The team specialises in alternative finance, real estate development and investment finance, as well as corporate banking work. Ben Slack spearheads the team’s asset-based lending work, including refinancing and debt restructuring work.

Practice head(s):

Marie Pugh

Other key lawyers:

Ben Slack; Philip Dine; Andrew Curtis; Carly Brown

Key clients

HSBC Bank UK plc

Shawbrook Bank plc

National Westminster Bank plc

Aldermore Bank plc

Hampshire Trust Bank plc

Reward Finance Group Limited

Thincats (ESF Loans Limited, TC Loans I Limited, TC Loans II Limited and TC Funding Limited)

SME Lending Limited

Secure Trust Bank plc

TFG Capital Limited

Oaknorth Bank plc

Meridian Structured Finance Limited

Cynergy Business Finance Limited

Weetwood Capital Limited

Virgin Money

Baaj Capital LLP

Time Finance plc (Time Property Finance Limited and Time Invoice Finance Limited)

Ultimate Finance Limited

Fresh Thinking Capital Limited

Skipton Business Finance Limited

ABLrate Assets Limited

Reparo Finance Limited

A Shade Greener Finance

DF Capital Bank Limited

One Stop Business Finance Limited

Work highlights

  • Advised The ParkLane Group on its restructuring and new lending facilities to support its successful growth strategy.
  • Advised Redcentric on its refinancing and renewal of £100m banking facilities with a four-bank syndicate including National Westminster Bank, Barclays Bank, Bank of Ireland and Silicon Valley Bank.
  • Advised Aldermore Bank on a seven-figure funding package to support the MBO of Unite People and future growth.


Jenny Crew co-heads the Leeds-based banking and finance team at DWF, alongside Chris Ramage, who also leads the national offering. The team is experienced in development and investment finance projects, and has notable expertise advising on financing issues realting to the healthcare sector. Additionally, the group is known for advising lenders on the funding of employee ownership trusts. The firm regularly assists North American entities with transactions, advising on the relevant local law elements.

Practice head(s):

Jenny Crew; Chris Ramage

Schofield Sweeney

The secured real estate and banking team at Schofield Sweeney in Bradford is led by ‘exceptional practitionerManjit Virdee , who is particularly noted for his acquisition finance expertise. The team also has specialisms in development funding and asset-based lending work. Clients range from clearing banks, to challenger banks, to private equity fund specialists.

Practice head(s):

Manjit Virdee

Other key lawyers:

Karen Crutchley; Pardeep Khela


‘Very collaborative in approach, look to not only promote their business but share knowledge at networking lunches/presentations etc. Always available and good lines of open communication.’

‘Manjit Virdee – very approachable with incredible knowledge. Also, incredibly well connected and good at introducing people both internally and externally.’

‘The team is very much client driven and holds the client at the heart of what they do in delivering their legal services and products. Their billing is very fair and they do not deviate on fixed price quotes which is excellent from a client perspective.’

‘An excellent firm.’

‘Manjit Virdee is an exceptional practitioner at the firm. He delivers excellent service at all times, communicates clearly and I hold him in a very high regard. He goes the “extra mile” for his clients and always delivers on transactions/tight deadlines. He personifies the values of his firm and leads by example. He’s an asset to the legal profession.’

Key clients

Santander UK PLC


Oak North Bank PLC

Shawbrook Bank Limited

United Trust Bank Limited

Recognise Bank

Key Fund Investments

National Westminster Bank PLC

Fresh Thinking Capital Limited

Svenka Handelsbanken

Lloyds Bank PLC

Rotary Development Limited

Avtar Properties

Work highlights

  • Assisting United Trust Bank with the provision of significant development funding to a borrower for a site in Derbyshire.
  • Advising Santander and Cyber Duck on the purchase of an Elstree property.
  • Assisted various lenders with checking loan agreements and securitisation documents prior to submission to recoveries teams.

Ward Hadaway LLP

Imogen Holland heads up the banking and finance team at Ward Hadaway LLP in Leeds. Key areas of expertise include acquisition finance, development funding and security structures, with the firm also fielding a strong real estate finance practice. The team also has a growing practice advising non-bank lenders and debt funds. Lucinda Peters is another key team member, with notable strength advising clearing banks and corporate borrowers on property portfolio acquisitions. Kathryn Walters left the firm in August 2023.

Practice head(s):

Imogen Holland

Other key lawyers:

Lucinda Peters

Key clients

Santander UK Plc

Karbon Homes

Prefequity LLP

Chrysalis Limited Partnership

Kimberley Developments Limited

Allied London

National Westminster Bank plc

Piper Homes PLC

Gateley Legal

Gateley Legal‘s Leeds-based banking and finance team is headed up by Anna Mayfield. The group also fields noted practitioner Kerry Gibbons, whose workload ranges from real estate finance to acquisiton finance, as well as general banking transactions. The team works with clients from major national banks to real estate developers, with the ability to support clients’ wider needs through the firm’s strong real estate and corporate offerings.

Practice head(s):

Anna Mayfield

Other key lawyers:

Kerry Gibbons

Key clients

Santander UK plc

HSBC UK Bank plc

Lloyds Bank plc

The Royal Bank of Scotland plc/ National Westminster Bank plc

Lloyds Development Capital

Shard Credit Partners Limited

Beechbrook Capital LLP

Palatine Private Equity LLP

Connection Capital LLP

Jessup Group Limited

Traderiver Capital Limited

Sheffield Housing Company Limited

Faro Capital Limited

Urban Village Healthcare Limited

United Carpets Group Limited

Akkeri Developments Limited

Cornovii Developments Limited

Hounslow Property Development Limited


The Hull-based banking and finance team at Gosschalks is jointly led by Paul Plaxton and Stephen Dillon. The team’s transactional lending offering, overseen by Plaxton, is experienced in asset-based lending and bridging finance instructions. Banking enforcement work is Dillon's area of expertise; in this capacity, the team regularly advises lenders on recovery strategy and borrowers on contingency scenarios.

Practice head(s):

Paul Plaxton; Stephen Dillon

Other key lawyers:

Chris Adams; Emma Orriss


‘Gosschalks’ insolvency team is a unique and client-focused group of lawyers who specialise in providing practical and cost-effective advice to client.’

‘The team takes a hands-on approach to each client matter, working closely with clients to understand their specific needs and goals. They are committed to providing practical, commercial, and tailored advice that is focused on achieving the best possible outcome for their clients.’

‘They understand that every client and situation is unique, and they take a collaborative approach to problem-solving. The team works closely with other departments within the firm, such as dispute resolution and employment, to provide a comprehensive service to clients.’

Key clients

TFG Capital Limited / TFG Security Limited

One Stop Business Finance Limited

Inksmoor Capital Limited

Handelsbanken PLC

Lloyds Bank Plc

Work highlights

  • Advising TFG Capital on various bridging finance transactions.
  • Assisting One Stop Business Finance with the preparation of all loan and security documentation, as well as due diligence and title reviews on the borrower’s and any properties over which security is being taken.
  • Advising Handelsbanken on its strategy regarding the £5.5m liabilities of Kevin Farr, an ex Lloyds of London agent.

Wake Smith Solicitors Limited

The Sheffield-based banking team at Wake Smith Solicitors Limited is led by John Baddeley, whose practice focuses on transactional work, corporate refinancing and facility documentation. Neil Salter and Paul Gibbon specialise in commercial property work.

Practice head(s):

John Baddeley

Other key lawyers:

Neil Salter; Paul Gibbon; Rebecca Robinson; Ben Spencer; Tom Weightman; Tom Haywood

Key clients

HSBC UK Bank plc

Virgin Money


Work highlights

  • Advising Virgin Money on new funding and security requirements to an existing customer as part of a capital reduction and group demerger.
  • Assisted MBO team with the management buy-out of Wincro Metal Industries, negotiating the LMA facility documentation and security arrangements in respect of the funding provided by Virgin Money.
  • Advised London & Associated Properties, and reported to QIB (UK)’s solicitors, on a £13.6m senior loan facility affecting over 90 properties, including ten parades of shops across the country and a Cheshire industrial estate.