Contact details

Jacqueline Cook

T: +44 20 7809 2051 M: +44 7585 303 636 Email Jacqueline | Vcard Office: London

Awards

Transport Firm of the Year 2020

Transport Firm of the Year 2020

Rail Finance Team of the Year

Rail Finance Team of the Year

Jacqueline Cook Senior professional support lawyer

Contact details

Jacqueline Cook

Jacqueline Cook
Senior professional support lawyer

T: +44 20 7809 2051 M: +44 7585 303 636 Email Jacqueline | Vcard Office: London

Jacqueline is senior professional support lawyer in the finance practice at Stephenson Harwood working with the aviation, rail, leasing teams as well as working on projects for the finance practice and on Brexit. She provides support for asset finance transactions working with clients on their finance documentation.
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Jacqueline is a member of the Brexit Working Party for the finance practice. In March 2020 she is a judge for the Knowledge/PSL category at the LexisNexis Legal Awards 2020. She assisted the rail team on a large rail depot financing and completed a secondment to a client bank advising on finance documentation to assist with legal risk  management.

She is an active member of several networks on law reform and has recently been involved in the project on reform of the English law of security by the CLLS and assists with the Secured Transactions Law Reform Project.

Having been part of the LexisPSL Banking & Finance team from 2013- 2015, Jacqueline was appointed to the Consulting Editorial Board of LexisPSL Banking & Finance in March 2016.

She is an active member of the City Finance PSL network, and is taking a more active interest in the Cape Town Convention Academic Project, with the completion of the Luxembourg Protocol for rail and publication of the Pretoria Protocol for mining, agricultural and construction equipment. She gave an update on publications and links to practice at the 2019 conference at the University of Oxford and the City Finance Knowledge Lawyer network and recently presented on the Pretoria Protocol at our symposium for banks doing business in Africa in February 2020.

She has penned several articles in legal and trade journals and legal texts and was panellist on ‘Thought Leadership’ at the ARK  2019 Professional Support Lawyer conference in London.

She is qualified in English law and Scots law and has worked in a variety of roles: in-house at three banks, in national firms in London and in Scotland; in international finance practices in London and Dubai; with Lexis PSL; and with Stephenson Harwood finance practice.

She is a community ambassador and volunteer speaker for Mary’s Meals, a charity which helps in the fight against hunger bringing children back to education by providing a meal in schools in some of the poorest parts of the world. She was invited to be the guest speaker at the Global Trade Review annual charity awards dinner in May 2019 helping to raise awareness and much needed funds at the charity auction.

Awards

Transport Firm of the Year 2020

Transport Firm of the Year 2020

Rail Finance Team of the Year

Rail Finance Team of the Year

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18 Jun 2020

From Insights

Understanding Brexit

Despite all the information available on Brexit, it is sometimes difficult to work out where we are in the process. This page steps back from the detail and gives an ..

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06 Feb 2020

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Brexit snapshot - Brexit and finance transactions

In this article, we set out an overview of the status of Brexit in relation to issues in finance transactions. We look at the position where there is a deal between th..

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04 Dec 2019

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“We have a treaty!”

South Africa’s Department of International Relations and Cooperation, hosted a diplomatic conference in Pretoria, to finalise and adopt the fourth protocol to the Cape..

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17 Oct 2019

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Brexit - Revised Withdrawal Agreement/ revised Political Declaration issued

After a week of intense negotiation, Jean Claude Juncker announced earlier today “a fair and balanced deal" between the EU and the UK which he said provided certainty,..

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12 Aug 2019

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New-build rolling stock in the Brexit era

Kulraj Badhesha and Jacqueline Cook, of Stephenson Harwood, look at how uncertainty over Brexit has brought negotiation of "change of law risk" into focus in the rail ..

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28 May 2019

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Williams Rail Review update 5 - who wants what? A summary of key themes

This is the fifth in our series of updates on the Williams Review of the rail industry.

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15 May 2019

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Williams Rail Review update 4 - RDG calls for "generational upgrade", while passengers tell Williams that travelling is the luck of the draw

This is the 4th in our series of updates on the Williams Review of the rail industry (the Review).

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25 Apr 2019

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Williams Rail Review update 3 - freight, “metroisation” and “radical” reform

This is the third in our series of updates on the Williams Review of the rail industry.

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18 Apr 2019

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MAC equipment: cross-border financing and leasing

Following a trip to Africa, Jacqueline Cook looks at the issues involved with moving assets used in the mining, agriculture and construction industries, between countr..

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25 Mar 2019

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Williams Rail Review update 2 - objectives, structure, devolution and the supply chain

This is the second in our series of updates on the Williams Review of the rail industry. In this update, we consider what has happened over the last few weeks.

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11 Mar 2019

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Williams Rail Review – where are we now?

In the first of a series of articles on the Williams Rail Review, Jacqueline Cook and Darren Fodey from the Stephenson Harwood Rail Team consider what has happened so ..

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23 Jan 2018

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Goods mortgage – key security document provisions

Jacqueline Cook, senior professional support lawyer, in our finance group has produced a practice note for LexisNexis covering the provisions of a goods mortgage as co..

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04 Aug 2017

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LIBOR - being discontinued by 2021?

The Chief Executive of the UK's Financial Conduct Authority, Andrew Bailey, delivered a speech on Thursday 27 July 2017, the implications of which include that LIBOR w..

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30 Nov 2016

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The long-awaited LMA real estate security document has arrived

Jacqueline Cook was interviewed by LexisNexis regarding the new LMA Real Estate Finance Security Agreement which will be of broad interest to those involved in finance..

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