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Addleshaw Goddard
1 ST PETER'S SQUARE
MANCHESTER
M2 3DE
England

Work Department

Banking.

Position

Richard is a partner in the banking and finance team. He acts for banks, financial institutions and corporate borrowers on a broad range of financing transactions including corporate lending, leveraged acquisition finance, asset finance, real estate finance (both development and investment finance) and project finance. Richard’s clients include The Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Bank, HSBC, Barclays, Yorkshire Bank and PZ Cussons.

Career

Trained Addleshaw Goddard, qualified 2005. PricewaterhouseCoopers, April 2001 to August 2003, insolvency analyst; Addleshaw Goddard, August 2003 to September 2005, trainee solicitor; Addleshaw Goddard, September 2005 to September 2010, associate, banking and asset finance; Addleshaw Goddard, September 2010 to April 2014, managing associate, banking and asset finance; Addleshaw Goddard, May 2014 to date, partner, banking.

Memberships

Member of the Law Society.

Education

King Edward VI School, Southampton; Peter Symonds College, Winchester (1995, A Levels); The University of Leicester, (1999, LLB Law Hons); Leeds Metropolitan University (2003, Legal Practice Course).

Lawyer Rankings

North West > Finance > Banking and finance

(Leading individuals)

Richard OmanAddleshaw Goddard

Addleshaw Goddard‘s large Manchester finance team separates itself from many competitors via its breadth of expertise. In addition to offerings focused on corporate, leveraged, and project financing, it has two distinct sub-units dedicated to asset financing and asset-based lending. Andrew Maskill is particularly known for this work, representing a mix of domestic and international clients. It also serves on lending panels for a number of major regional lenders. While asset-based lending expert Simon Prendergast has joined Dentons’ London office, his role has already been filled by the recently promoted Lauren Priest-Stephens. Martin O’Shea leads the practice, with broad experience advising on real estate finance. Richard Oman has been heavily advised in a number of LIBOR transition matters.