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Peter is a leading securitization and structured finance practitioner and partner in the firm’s Banking and Finance practice. He co-heads the firm’s securitization and structured finance practice.

He advises originators, arrangers and other market participants, both within the UK and internationally, on a broad range of public and private securitization and warehousing transactions, covering many asset classes, including residential mortgages, consumer loans, auto loans, commercial mortgages, NPLs, trade receivables, corporate and leverage loans, equity release and home reversion plans, as well as on the acquisition, financing and disposal of portfolios of assets, both performing and non-performing, in the whole loan market. He also advises on supply chain financing and factoring programs, and on cash and synthetic structures of all kinds.

Peter’s experience includes advising on many RMBS, CMBS, ABS and CLO programs, and also on bank-sponsored conduit programs; he also has extensive experience of real estate finance transactions, including those financed by capital markets issues.

He also has extensive experience of the establishment of, and issues under, covered bond programs, including for banks and other financial institutions in the UK, continental Europe and globally. He also advises on capital market programs, including secured and unsecured programs. He is a frequent speaker at conferences, and author of articles, on topics concerning developments in the securitization and covered bond markets, and a member of industry bodies, including AFME and ECBC.


Before joining Dentons in 2016, Peter was a Partner at Clifford Chance for 15 years.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Finance > Securitisation

(Hall of Fame)

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Dentons is praised for being ‘truly devoted to the transaction and giving excellent legal advice‘. The firm is known for its expertise in mortgage loans, trade receivables, trade finance and auto loan securitisations, and the core team in London is able to leverage a global network of offices to handle cross-border transactions. Its work on innovative transactions is typified by its advice to Oaktree Capital Management on a €470m deal for Retiro Mortgage Securities plc backed by Spanish non-performing loans, which was Europe’s first Rule 144A NPL securitisation. Practice heads Peter Voisey and Edward Hickman, who led the Retiro deal, are elder statesmen of the securitisation market. Voisey recently assisted Coventry Building Society with the establishment of its RMBS master issuer programme, which has a pool of loans totalling £1.15bn. Catriona ’Kitty’ Lloyd is highly regarded for her advice to trustees, security agents, custodians, cash managers, account banks and other agency providers on securitisation.