Thought Leadership 06.27.18
With LMA guidance being issued, LIBOR transition continues, but there is still a long way to go.
Trevor is ‘hands-on, helpful and commercial’ and ‘detail-oriented.’
Trevor Wood, a partner in Pillsbury’s Finance Practice in London, advises on complex financings matters for clients from many countries and industries with a particular emphasis on emerging markets.
Trevor represents banks, funds and other financial institutions, mezzanine providers, agents and trustees, and sponsors and borrowers in secured and unsecured financings. His principal focus is on international trade, export and commodity finance, receivable transactions, non-performing loan sale and purchase, real estate finance, leverage and acquisition finance and general corporate finance. Over the years, Trevor has also advised on numerous restructurings both in the UK and internationally.
Advised the arranger and other finance parties in connection with an US$200 million ECA framework facility by which multi-ECA supported facilities will be made available to a Brazilian group of companies.
Advised Canary Wharf Group in connection with the £620 million commercial syndicated loan facility and £200 million loan facility provided by the Home and Communities Agency (HCA) in connection with the development of the Wood Wharf site.
Advising The Royal Bank of Scotland plc, National Westminster Bank plc and The Royal Bank of Scotland International Limited in connection with the disposal of £1.2 billion commercial mortgage backed loans to a joint venture securitisation fund establish by RBS, NatWest and RBSI with the Blackstone Group (Project Isobel).
International Trade, Export and Commodity Finance
Recognized by The Legal 500 as a leading individual in Emerging Markets finance (2016)
Recognized by The Legal 500, Bank Lending; Investment Grade Debt and Syndicated Loans, and Acquisition Finance (2016)
Authored "The Future of LIBOR" published in the Real Estate Finance Journal, Winter 2017 issue.
The College of Law, London
LL.B. (Hons), London Metropolitan University, 1992
Chartered Institute of Bankers, 1989
Solicitor, England and Wales
Solicitor, Hong Kong