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Lucy Aconley

Counsel

London

Aconley Lucy
Lucy Aconley

Counsel

London

Lucy is Counsel in our Global Restructuring Group having been with the firm for 17 years. She has a diverse practice acting for a broad range of stakeholders in connection with cross-border restructurings and insolvencies, including corporates, directors, insolvency practitioners, banks and other financial institutions and lenders.

A large part of Lucy's practice is the provision of a range of opinions on the potential impact of counterparty insolvency (including the insolvency or resolution of financial institutions) and advice on minimising insolvency risks on various complex transaction structures.

News & insights

How EasyMile is tackling the under-30mph market and the impact of the pandemic on the autonomous vehicle industry

Publications: 06 MAY 2021

Regulations adopted to tighten control over pre-packs

As we stand facing another potential financial crisis, the UK adopted new regulations which tighten the screw to control pre-packaged sales to connected parties.

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Arial landscape view of Tower Bridge, London

Publications: 16 APRIL 2021

Cross-border recognition of insolvency and restructuring proceedings post-Brexit

In this article, Lucy Aconley and Philip Wells consider the post-Brexit position regarding inbound and outbound recognition of insolvency and restructuring proceedings between the UK and the EU and…

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How EasyMile is tackling the under-30mph market and the impact of the pandemic on the autonomous vehicle industry

Publications: 05 MARCH 2021

Pre-pack administration: control over pre-packs looks set to tighten further

As we stand looking into the abyss of another financial crisis, the UK government looks set to further tighten the screw to control pre-packaged sales to connected parties. 

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Glass high-rise

Publications: 16 JULY 2020

Seismic Changes to UK Insolvency Law – Key Issues for US Financial Counterparties

On 26 June 2020, the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (the UK Act) came into force and made the most significant changes to UK insolvency law for over a decade. This article discusses the…

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Expertise

Practices

Restructuring

Office

London

Allen & Overy LLP
One Bishops Square
London
E1 6AD

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2006

Academic

BA (Hons), Law, St Catharine's College, Cambridge University, 2002

LPC, Nottingham Law School, 2003