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Victoria Edwards

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Forsters LLP

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Banking and finance.


Partner and head of banking and finance with a broad experience of property finance transactions. Victoria’s work includes investment and development property finance and general banking. She advises both lenders and borrowers on senior and mezzanine finance, both onshore and offshore.


Trained Davies Arnold Cooper; qualified 2001; solicitor Macfarlanes 2001-06; solicitor Forsters LLP 2006-10; partner 2010.


Skiing and running.

London: Real estate

Property finance

Within: Property finance

Though it is increasingly active on the lender side, Forsters LLP’s department is best known for its strong borrower-side experience. Victoria Edwards heads the practice, with support from Craig Thompson, Matthew Swainston, borrower-side specialist Ronan Ledwidge and Simon Collins, an expert in syndicated and bilateral credit facilities who made partner in April 2016. Clients include Santander UK, J.P. Morgan International Bank, Knight Dragon Investments, LaSalle Investment Management and, on the sponsor side, Ballymore Properties.

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