Elaine Nolan > Kirkland & Ellis International LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Kirkland & Ellis International LLP
30 ST MARY AXE
LONDON
EC3A 8AF
England

Work Department

Restructuring

Position

Elaine Nolan is a restructuring partner in the London office of Kirkland & Ellis International LLP. Elaine advises strategic investors, sponsors, insolvency practitioners, turnaround managers, directors, debtors and creditors in all forms of national and international financial restructurings and insolvencies.

Career

2008-2010 Kirkland & Ellis International LLP; 2002-2008 Weil Gotshal & Manges

Memberships

Law Society of England and Wales

Education

College of Law, London (2001 LPC); University College London (2000 LLM Merit); University of Leeds (1999 LLB)

Lawyer Rankings

London > Finance > Corporate restructuring & insolvency

(Leading individuals)

Elaine NolanKirkland & Ellis International LLP

The gold standard for corporate restructuring and insolvency’, Kirkland & Ellis International LLP provides ‘commercial and cutting-edge thinking’ to deliver optimal results for clients, whether it be for funds as creditors/investors or on the debtor front. This innovative mindset is demonstrated both in terms of complex financial restructuring mandates –  where clients benefit from a tremendous knowledge of a variety of financial products, including New York law governed high yield debt – as well as the use of insolvency tools including Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) and the newly configured Restructuring Plan. ‘A master tactician, who is laser focused on delivering results’, Kon Asimacopoulos ‘leads from the front’ and sets the tone for the team, given his insatiable appetite for work and relevance in the market. The ‘technically excellent’ Elaine Nolan is one of many in the team with ‘deep experience of CVAs’, which she implements to good effect for clients in the retail sector. A ‘superbly commercial lawyer’, Sean Lacey is adept at handling mandates for investment funds, financial sponsors and corporates throughout the capital structure, in the context of restructurings, special situations investing, credit-led opportunities and specialised lending transactions. Partha Kar co-heads the team alongside Asimacopoulos and is recognised as a ‘standout lawyer in the distressed space’.