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Jayesh Patel

T: +44 20 7809 2238 M: +44 7739 826 379 Email Jayesh | Vcard Office: London

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Property finance

Property finance

Jayesh Patel Partner

Contact details

Jayesh Patel

Jayesh Patel
Partner

T: +44 20 7809 2238 M: +44 7739 826 379 Email Jayesh | Vcard Office: London

An experienced banking and restructuring lawyer specialising in real estate finance, corporate trusts and bond and loan restructurings.
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Jayesh has over 30 years’ experience in a broad range of banking, capital markets and restructuring transactions gained in the City. His current specialist expertise is in real estate finance, debt restructuring and corporate trusts.

"Responsive to client requests and very practical"
The Legal 500 2014
  • Real estate finance
  • Restructuring and insolvency

HSBC, RBS, Wells Fargo, Helaba, Sumitomo Mitsui, Credit Agricole and Barclays

Advised on a £540 million facility to Mount Eden Land Limited secured on the Langham Estate.

Wells Fargo, Helaba and Aareal

Advised on a £400 million secured facility to the Henderson Retail Warehouse Fund.

Wells Fargo

Advised on a £200 million secured term and revolving facilities to WELPUT.

More: Real estate finance

Law debenture

Acting for the bond trustee in relation to the Bank of Ireland's liability management exercise.

Law debenture

Acting for the bond trustee in relation to The Cooperative Bank's bond restructuring and creditor’s scheme of arrangement.

Bank syndicate

Acting on the restructuring and subsequent enforcement of £220 million secured real estate finance facility.

More: Restructuring and insolvency
  • Banks and banking

Law debenture

Acting for the bond trustee in relation to the Bank of Ireland's liability management exercise.

Law debenture

Acting for the bond trustee in relation to The Cooperative Bank's bond restructuring and creditor’s scheme of arrangement.

Bank syndicate

Acting on the restructuring and subsequent enforcement of £220 million secured real estate finance facility.

HSBC, RBS, Wells Fargo, Helaba, Sumitomo Mitsui, Credit Agricole and Barclays

Advised on a £540 million facility to Mount Eden Land Limited secured on the Langham Estate.

Wells Fargo, Helaba and Aareal

Advised on a £400 million secured facility to the Henderson Retail Warehouse Fund.

Wells Fargo

Advised on a £200 million secured term and revolving facilities to WELPUT.

More: Banks and banking

Awards

Property finance

Property finance

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