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Corporate Debt Finance and Treasury

Trusted advisor to national, international and global clients in relation to their corporate debt finance and treasury transactions


We seek to understand the intricacies of your debt requirements and use our knowledge of the various debt markets to assist in ensuring that your financing needs are met as efficiently as possible. 

Our aim is to work as part of your treasury team rather than as semi-detached advisers. We share our expertise with clients and provide advice which extends beyond the black letter law. By using our detailed knowledge of the institutions, structures, trends and pricing in the different debt markets to best effect on our clients’ behalf we are able to add tangible value to our clients' businesses.

We work with treasury teams to optimise debt capital structures and to take advantage of arbitrage opportunities across different debt markets and geographics.

We work closely with our expert teams across capital markets, corporate and tax ensuring our guidance is seamless through all stages of transactions.

Recent Experience

British American Tobacco

Advising in relation to a £5.68 billion revolving credit facility, its £2 billion revolving credit and swingline facility, its £2.5 billion facility for the acquisition of the remaining and its US$25 billion facilities for the acquisition of Reynolds American Inc


Advising on its £1 billion revolving credit facility, the £5 billion facilities for its proposed acquisition of the ISS Group and on the maintenance and annual updates of its £2.5 billion EMTN programme and issuances thereunder


Advising on its £600 million revolving credit facility, approximately £900 million bilateral revolving and term facilities, approximately €290 million German schuldschein loans and notes and certain amendments to existing US privately placed notes

Hammerson plc

Advising on its £420 million multi-currency syndicated revolving credit facility, its US$443 million US private placement, its £360 million revolving credit facility, its £1.55 billion finance facility to support its merger with Intu Properties and its issues of £350 million 3.50% Notes and €500 million 2.00% Notes

Tata Sons

on a US$1.5 billion External Commercial Borrowings ("ECB") facility for investment in group companies and other permitted uses under the ECB guidelines

Severn Trent

Advising on its £900 million multicurrency revolving credit facility, £530 million EIB facilities, £200 million bilateral facilities and £75 million indexed linked loan

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