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A&L Goodbody

42-46 FOUNTAIN STREET, BELFAST, BT1 5EF, NORTHERN IRELAND
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Work +44 28 9031 4466
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Fax +44 28 9031 4477
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www.algoodbody.com
Belfast, Dublin, London, New York, Palo Alto, San Francisco

Judith Brown

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Work +44 28 9072 7443
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A&L Goodbody

Work Department

Finance

Position

Partner

Career

Judith Brown is a partner in A&L Goodbody's Banking and Financial Services department. Judith advises lending institutions and borrowers on a wide range of finance transactions, in particular corporate lending and security, syndicated loans, acquisition finance and structured finance. 


Northern Ireland: Finance

Banking and finance

Within: Leading individuals

Judith Brown - A&L Goodbody

Within: Banking and finance

A&L Goodbody’s finance team has an established client base of local and international banks and investment firms, as well as experience in advising borrowers. The group’s wide-ranging expertise spans loan portfolio sales, project financings, financial services regulatory matters and refinancings for clients drawn from the real estate, financial services, retail and energy sectors. The team continues to act as Northern Ireland counsel for the European Investment Bank and advised the client on the regulatory aspects of the £150m bilateral loan provided to Choice Housing Ireland Limited to finance a number of social housing schemes in Northern Ireland. The firm is advising HSBC on the Northern Ireland aspects of ring-fencing its retail business. In other highlights, the group acted for Clydesdale Bank in its £10.4m acquisition of Silvan House in Edinburgh, and represented Morgan Stanley Senior Funding and US Bank National Association as the term lenders in the $440m refinancing of the Agro Merchants Group. Other clients include Barclays and Danske Bank. Judith Brown heads the team, which also includes project finance expert Ciaran McAlinney and Louise Bailey .

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