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Work 020 7456 2000
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Adam Fogarty

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Work +442074564335
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Linklaters Business Services

Work Department

Capital Markets

Position

Partner                                   

Career

Adam has a wide range of financing and capital markets experience and specialises in structured finance transactions of all types, with a particular interest in the real estate, energy and infrastructure, and asset backed securitisation sectors.

Languages

English, Spanish

Member

Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales

Education

2014 to date Partner, Linklaters
2008 - 2012 Managing Associate, Linklaters
2003 - 2008 Associate, Linklaters
2001 - 2003 Trainee Solicitor, Linklaters


London: Finance

Securitisation

Within: Leading individuals

Adam Fogarty - Linklaters LLP

Within: Securitisation

Linklaters LLP¬†is 'excellent ‚Äď probably the most sensible, pragmatic and commercial secured financing team on the street'. The firm is widely regarded as a leader in the whole-business securitisation market; it played a part in all of the utility WBS deals in the UK - including¬†Welsh Water, Anglian Water and Peel Ports - and continues to act in all of their WBS financings. The practice also handles large and complex transactions in other market sectors, including RMBS. It acted for a consortium of six UK financial institutions, including Barclays Bank and HSBC, in the ¬£11.8bn Ripon RMBS, which is backed by¬†mortgage loans originated by Bradford & Bingley. Adam Fogarty¬†led that deal. Julian Davies¬†acted for the British Broadcasting Corporation in the Juturna Broadcasting house CMBS securitisation.¬†Practice head Andrew Vickery¬†and partner James Harbach, who handles securitisation, structured finance, project and utility bonds and private or state-structured guaranteed debt offerings, are 'high-quality and experienced practitioners for more complex and innovative trades'. Also recommended are¬†Mark Nuttall, who focuses on the infrastructure and utilities sectors, and also leads the firm‚Äôs social finance practice; Alex Shopov, who advised Essar Oil on issuance under its¬†refined petroleum trade receivables-backed commercial paper conduit securitisation; newly promoted partner Reza Taylor, who¬†has 'excellent commercial understanding of the market and is pragmatic, solution-focused, friendly and professional'; and William Trotman.

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