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Alexander Troop

T: +44 20 7809 2638 M: +44 7711 347 439 Email Alexander | vCard Office: London

Alexander Troop Associate

Contact details

Alexander Troop

Alexander Troop
Associate

T: +44 20 7809 2638 M: +44 7711 347 439 Email Alexander | vCard Office: London

Alexander is an associate in the finance group who has broad asset finance experience. He has acted on complex secured loan financings, sale and leaseback transactions, restructurings, operating and finance leasing as well as portfolio acquisitions and disposals.
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Alexander's experience includes acting for financial institutions and borrowers in connection with a range of asset finance structures, predominantly in the shipping industry. These include leases and syndicated and bilateral loan agreements. Alexander has also advised in relation to secured financings involving real estate, offshore assets, commodities and receivables. Much of Alexander's experience involves transactions with a cross-border element.

Prior to joining Stephenson Harwood, Alexander worked at another City law firm, assisting financiers and borrowers in connection with a broad range of asset finance, corporate and commercial matters.

  • Ship and offshore finance
  • Leasing and equipment finance

Investment funds

Advising a syndicate group of investment funds in respect of a part committed/part uncommitted facility of up to US$80 million made to an Asian borrower group in respect of up to five vessels.

Chinese Development Bank

Assisting China Development Bank on the US$1.6 billion loan facility deliveries of six Arc7 LNG ice-class carriers that will operate under long-term charters servicing the Yamal LNG project.

International bank

Assisting an international bank in relation to a US$43 million facility made to a Scandinavian lender in order to fund a sale and leaseback of two vessels for a Greek shipping group.

Swiss group borrower

Acting for a Swiss group borrower in relation to a US$145 million syndicated facility which refinanced five of the groups existing facilities.

More: Ship and offshore finance

UK asset finance provider

Advising a UK asset finance provider in relation to the sale and leaseback financing of a fleet of light goods vehicles with a transaction value of around £5 million.

Alternative investment fund

Acting for an alternative investment fund in relation to the sale and leaseback financing of over 100 industrial battery units with a transaction value of around £3.5 million.

Investment company

Advising a UK company acting as lessor in relation to leases with different bus operators in respect of a number of bus chassis.

More: Leasing and equipment finance

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  • Shipping

Chinese Development Bank

Assisting China Development Bank on the US$1.6 billion loan facility deliveries of six Arc7 LNG ice-class carriers that will operate under long-term charters servicing the Yamal LNG project.

International bank

Assisting an international bank in relation to a US$43 million facility made to a Scandinavian lender in order to fund a sale and leaseback of two vessels for a Greek shipping group.

European bank

Advising a European bank in relation to a €30 million bullet loan agreement secured against a superyacht beneficially owned by an Australian national.

European bank Advising a European bank in relation to a €62 million amortising loan agreement secured against a superyacht beneficially owned by a Hong Kong resident.

European bank

Advising a Swiss bank in relation to an amendment and restatement of a loan agreement secured against a superyacht beneficially owned by a Greek national.

International bank

Acting for an international bank in relation to the receivables sale of a portfolio of around 6,500 leases and hire purchase agreements to an alternative investment fund for a consideration in excess of £50 million.

Investment funds

Advising a syndicate group of investment funds in respect of a part committed/part uncommitted facility of up to US$80 million made to an Asian borrower group in respect of up to five vessels.

Chinese Development Bank

Assisting China Development Bank on the US$1.6 billion loan facility deliveries of six Arc7 LNG ice-class carriers that will operate under long-term charters servicing the Yamal LNG project.

International bank

Assisting an international bank in relation to a US$43 million facility made to a Scandinavian lender in order to fund a sale and leaseback of two vessels for a Greek shipping group.

Swiss group borrower

Acting for a Swiss group borrower in relation to a US$145 million syndicated facility which refinanced five of the groups existing facilities.

European bank

Advising a European bank in relation to a €30 million bullet loan agreement secured against a superyacht beneficially owned by an Australian national.

European bank

Advising a European bank in relation to a €62 million amortising loan agreement secured against a superyacht beneficially owned by a Hong Kong resident.

European bank

Advising a Swiss bank in relation to an amendment and restatement of a loan agreement secured against a superyacht beneficially owned by a Greek national.

More: Shipping

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