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Amanda Lemesle Adams

Counsel

London

Amanda Lemesle Adams

Counsel

London

Amanda has a wide range of expertise advising lenders and borrowers on corporate lending, real estate finance, social housing finance and focusing primarily on fund finance.

Amanda has been acting for over ten years on fund finance and has experience working on subscription lines, NAV facilities and hybrid facilities.

Experience highlights

Expertise

Practices

Banking and Finance

Office

London

Allen & Overy LLP
One Bishops Square
London
E1 6AD

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2010

Academic

BA (Hons), Oxford University, 2005

Graduate Diploma in law, 2006

Legal Practice Course, 2007

Pro-bono experience

  • Acting for the Rwanda Innovation Fund as they set up their first fund.

News & insights

Collection of lights

Publications: 30 NOVEMBER 2021

The sun never sets on English law governed debt: reviewing the Re Prosafe SE decision

The recent decision in Re Prosafe SE pits the principle of freedom of contract against the increasingly popular modified universalism in the cross-border restructuring and insolvency space.

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digital transformation concept

News: 29 NOVEMBER 2021

Allen & Overy advises Avenga on the acquisition of Perfectial Group

Allen & Overy has advised Avenga, an international IT and digital transformation technology group, on the acquisition of Perfectial Group.

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A train moving at high speed at night

News: 25 NOVEMBER 2021

A&O advises Europe’s largest private rail freight company on landmark partnerships

Allen & Overy have advised Lineas, the largest private rail freight company in Europe on landmark partnerships with Beacon Rail and Ermewa through sale-and-leasebacks of part of its rolling stock.

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Risk Free Rate and LIBOR Cessation – What does this mean for fund finance?

Publications: 27 OCTOBER 2020

Risk Free Rate and LIBOR cessation – what does this mean for fund finance?

Our previous note entitled ‘Great Expectations – IBOR Transition for Funds and Asset Managers’ discussed the potential impact of IBOR transition on asset managers. 

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