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Alex Wood  

OUR FINANCIAL RESTRUCTURING & INSOLVENCY PRACTICE REPRESENTS A WIDE RANGE OF STAKEHOLDERS ON THE FULL SPECTRUM OF COMPLEX AND CROSS-BORDER RESTRUCTURING MATTERS AROUND THE WORLD.

Clients turn to us as their team of choice for our breadth of experience and our multidisciplinary and multijurisdictional approach, which allows us to advise them in all aspects of financial restructuring and insolvency work. We can draw on the expertise of our strong set of global lawyers who work closely together in areas including mergers & acquisitions, finance, capital markets, litigation, compensation, governance & ERISA, and tax. We have particularly robust experience in high yield bonds, derivatives, structured products and leveraged finance structures. We advise on English, New York, German, French and Italian law, and our European clients value our capability to advise on New York law from our London office.

Our clients include financial institutions, hedge funds, corporate debtors in various industries, ad hoc committees, buyers and sellers of distressed assets. We work with all stakeholders and investors across all sectors and in relation to all asset classes. Our clients are important to us and we focus on what’s best for them – always providing guidance that is based on their needs, and solutions that meet their objectives. We pride ourselves on our partner-led approach, producing thorough analysis and detailed assessment of each situation. We advise clients on both global and domestic financial restructuring matters, including developing effective bankruptcy and reorganisation strategies to address successfully the many legal challenges facing organisations today.

We have particular expertise in the financial services sector, acting in relation to highly regulated financial institutions (including investment, broker, credit and insurance).

We also have expertise in dealing with sovereign debt, acting for both sovereign and creditors.


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