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Morgan, Lewis & Bockius UK LLP

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A partner in the finance practice at Morgan Lewis, Georgia Quenby advises clients globally on cross-border and international financing transactions, restructurings, and other special situations. Georgia works with clients structuring complex transactions on a solvent basis and in workouts. Her work spans a variety of industries and sectors, including real estate, retail, manufacturing, transportation, and oil and gas. She has experience acting for all classes of investors including banks, private investment funds, and the investee companies themselves, and often advises clients on strategic joint ventures. For more information, view Georgia’s bio at


As a key component of her work as a leading finance practitioner in the UK, Georgia sits on both the steering and executive committees, and serves as chair of the working group considering the creation, attachment, and perfection of security interests in the UK’s Secured Transactions Law Reform Project which examines reform of the English law of security to reflect modern global commerce and finance.


Member, Advisory Council, Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University, London; Member, Friends of The Intelligence Corps Museum; Member, Royal Automobile Club


University of Oxford, Trinity College, 1992, B.A., Jurisprudence, Honors; University of Oxford, Trinity College, 1995, M.A.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Finance > Asset based lending

(Leading individuals)

Georgia QuenbyMorgan, Lewis & Bockius UK LLP

Although it is narrower in scope than some of its peers in the ranking, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius UK LLP has a strong reputation advising on transatlantic ABL transactions for longstanding clients, including Wells Fargo, as well as  for a growing number of newer US funders making their first forays into the UK and European market. ‘Superb’ dual New York and UK-qualified team head Georgia Quenby has been integral to the firm’s success in the market and is appreciated for her ability to structure complex deals involving sophisticated intercreditor relationships. In this regard, Quenby is also well versed at protecting clients against future exposure in a distressed scenario and in the event of this happening, is well equipped to advise on the restructuring of ABL debt products. Victoria Thompson‘s dual US and UK qualifications also lend themselves to work on cross-border mandates with a transatlantic complexion, although her workload also includes advice for funds and alternative capital providers in the sector.