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David Hudd
Partner & Deputy CEO, London
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david.hudd@hoganlovells.com

David Hudd is the Deputy CEO of Hogan Lovells. He advises on all types of capital markets and structured finance transactions, including derivatives and securitizations.

David is listed as a leading individual in Chambers' Guide for structured finance & derivatives and for securitization and in The Legal 500 for derivatives & structured products and for securitization.

Following 13 years' experience at another City law firm and in investment banking, David joined Hogan Lovells as a partner in 1994.

REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE
  • Advising BNP Paribas as arranger of the SecurAsset Secured Note Programme and as arranger of issues under its EMTN and warrants & certificates programme
  • Advising Deloitte LLP as receivers of the US$1 billion Rhinebridge structured investment vehicle (SIV) 
  • Advising Ernst & Young LLP as receivers of the US$50 billion Sigma SIV 
  • Advising the trustee of a US$12 billion repackaging programme originally arranged by Lehman Brothers 
  • Advising Barclays Capital and Morgan Stanley as arrangers of structured products issued under their structured notes and warrants & certificates programmes 
  • Advising BNP Paribas as arranger of over 100 synthetic CDOs 
  • Advising Windermere II CMBS plc on its UK CMBS 
  • Advising Nomura as bidder for the entire pub and hotel portfolio of Scottish & Newcastle (to be refinanced by a whole business securitisation) 
  • Advising Nomura as arranger and underwriter of senior and mezzanine debt financing for the structured lease and leaseback of a portfolio of 280 pubs from the Laurel Pub Group to London & Regional Properties 
  • Advising Credit Suisse and Calyon as joint arrangers and underwriters of senior and mezzanine debt financing for the structured sale and leaseback of Center Parc's four UK properties to Sun Capital Partners


Hogan Lovells Publications
January 2014 "EMIR: Trade Reporting - What Do You Need To Do From 12 February 2014?" Client Alert, Hogan Lovells

PRACTICES
Finance
Debt Capital Markets
Derivatives
Structured Finance
INDUSTRY SECTORS
Energy and Natural Resources Group
EDUCATION
M.A., University of Oxford, Christ Church, 1980
LANGUAGES English