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Luke Lewis



Lewis Luke
Luke Lewis



Luke advises corporate trustees and agency providers on their roles across the spectrum of debt capital markets, Islamic finance and banking transactions. Luke acts on new financings and post-issue matters including: liability management transactions; exercises of trustee powers, duties and discretions; complex restructurings; defaults, restructurings and liquidations; and litigation matters involving trustees.

Luke also regularly advises trust and agency providers, account banks and custodians on large scale documentary review projects, and has extensive experience of the use of legal technology solutions to deliver such projects.

Experience highlights



Allen & Overy LLP
One Bishops Square
E1 6AD

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Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2004


BA, Law, Gonville & Caius, Cambridge University, 2000

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News: 02 DECEMBER 2020

A&O performs strongly in latest Adviser Rankings tables

A&O has maintained its top five position in the Adviser Rankings tables ranking third by number of FTSE 100 clients and fifth by number of FTSE 250 clients in the November 2020 tables.

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News: 30 NOVEMBER 2020

Allen & Overy advises the managers on the People’s Republic of China’s first negative yield sovereign bond

Allen & Overy has advised the joint lead managers in connection with the multi-tranche Reg S offering of EUR4 billion sovereign bonds by the Ministry of Finance of the People’s Republic of China…

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Publications: 30 NOVEMBER 2020

Impact of China’s Export Control Law to M&A transactions

The PRC Export Control Law will come into effect soon on 1st December 2020. This new law makes a number of substantial changes to China’s current export control regulatory regime, indicating that the…

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Publications: 24 NOVEMBER 2020

Collateralized loan obligations group sues fellow lenders over new 'super priority' loans

On November 7, 2020, a group of CLOs holding a minority of a first lien loan to TriMark – a restaurant supply company – sued TriMark, its private equity sponsors Centerbridge and Blackstone, and a…

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