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Arthur Cox
10 EARLSFORT TERRACE
DUBLIN 2
D02 T380
Ireland
Glenn Butt photo

Work Department

Capital Markets: Debt.

Position

Glenn is a partner in the Debt Capital Markets Group.

Career

Formerly a capital markets partner at Allen & Overy, Glenn specialises in all forms of capital markets transactions, particularly repackagings, CLOs, securitisations, bond issues, debt issuance programmes, derivatives and equity linked products such as convertibles and exchangeables. Glenn also leads our targeted Russian Capital Markets practice, having advised on over 200 LPN and structured issues for Russian borrowers in the last 14 years. He also advises on a range of banking and security issues and on the capital markets aspects of restructurings.

Memberships

Law Society of Ireland

Education

LLB (Hons), 1990, Leeds University; Admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales (now non-practising), 1993; Admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong (now non-practising), 1997; Admitted as a solicitor in Northern Ireland, 2004; Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland, 2004.

Leisure

Reading, history, most sports (especially cycling and racing)

Lawyer Rankings

Ireland > Capital markets

(Leading individuals: Capital markets: Debt)

Glenn ButtArthur Cox

Arthur Cox has extensive experience in securitisations, collateralised loan obligation (CLO) transactions, derivatives and commercial real estate loan repackagings. Cormac Kissane is noted for his advice to dealers on Irish government bonds; Glenn Butt leads the firm’s Russian DCM practice; and Aiden Small specialises in structured finance and alternative investments. On the ECM side, the team is highly active in advising on IPOs, secondary issues of shares on the Irish and international markets, and capital raising transactions. Maura McLaughlin has extensive experience advising listed companies on using their shares as consideration for landmark transactions; the ‘incredibly talentedCian McCourt specialises in transactions in the pharmaceutical, financial services and technology sectors; Stephen Ranalow has ‘excellent experience‘; and Michael Coyle and Conor McCarthy have advised on high-profile domestic ECM transactions.