Sukhvir Basran

Sukhvir Basran

Counsel, London

Email sukhvir.basran@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +44 20 7296 2506

Fax +44 20 7296 2001

LanguagesEnglish, French, Spanish

Sukhvir Basran is a counsel in our banking and finance practice in London. She represents banks, debt funds, private equity funds and borrowers on a range of complex domestic and cross border financing transactions including acquisition and leveraged transactions, project and infrastructure finance and debt restructurings. Sukhvir's substantial experience in cross border leveraged finance includes working on numerous high profile deals and includes senior, mezzanine and unitranche/super senior financing arrangements.

Sukhvir's career has been entirely in private practice with major international law firms. She has a broad client base and has acted for and worked with an impressive list of clients.

Sukhvir also works closely with the Social Enterprise and Social Finance practice at Hogan Lovells in advising social enterprises and charities on a variety of finance and non-finance matters.

Education and admissions

Education

Legal Practice Course, Nottingham Law School

Master of Law, Cambridge University

Bachelor of Laws, Wolverhampton University

Representative experience

Advising Brookfield Capital Partners LLC in relation to a $170 million facilities agreement for the acquisition of Greenergy Fuels Holding Ltd.

Advising Barings, Pemberton and Bank of Ireland in relation to Stirling Square's acquisition of French thermostatic elements producer Vernet.

Advising ad hoc noteholder committee on the restructuring of $4-6bn debt owed by Croatian business in new special administration, including the provision of $1bn DIP fund.

Advising VTB Capital plc as mandated lead arranger in relation to a €65 million term facilities agreement for the financing of biomass platforms in Bulgaria.

Advising Apax in relation to a €1,065 million senior and €180 million mezzanine facility agreement in relation to the acquisition of Molnlyce Health Care AB.

Advising a syndicate of banks in relation to a €4.9billion facilities agreement backing Unipol in its takeover bid for Banca Nazionale del Lavaro S.p.A.

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