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David O'connor

Mayer Brown

Work Department

Banking & Finance

Position

David O’Connor is a structured finance and securitisation partner in Mayer Brown’s London office. He has represented lenders, arrangers, servicers, borrowers and investors in numerous financing transactions and restructurings involving commercial real estate debt in Europe. He works closely with hedge funds, private equity funds and investment banks on CMBS, RMBS and covered bond transactions. He also advises on whole business securitisations, trade receivables securitisations, warehouse lines and loan portfolio sale transactions (both distressed and performing).

Career

Prior to joining Mayer Brown in 2013, David worked in the London and Tokyo offices of another major international law firm and also spent three years working as an investment banker in the European Commercial Real Estate Group at Deutsche Bank in London.

Languages

English

Member

Member of the Regulatory Committee of the Commercial Real Estate Finance Council

Education

Admissions: England and Wales


London: Finance

Securitisation

Within: Leading individuals

David O'Connor - Mayer Brown International LLP

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