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Philip Boys


Philip Boys
English, French
Practice Group

As a partner in our capital markets and structured finance, Philip Boys focuses on financial transactions. He brings experience in structured finance, securitisation, derivatives, Islamic finance and multi-jurisdictional public offerings of debt and equity.  His investment fund and regulatory work covers cross-border structures often linked to other financial instruments.

Philip has dual English and French nationality.

Before joining Lovells as a partner in 1997, he spent twelve years as a partner in Paris of another major firm specialising in these same fields. 

With his team, Philip advises on the full spectrum of debt capital markets transactions and, in conjunction with the corporate team, equity and equity-linked offerings.

Philip is identified in the respective current editions of the IFLR Guide to the World's Leading Capital Markets Lawyers and Who's Who Legal as a leading specialist in his field in France.

Representative experience

Advising several European market leading asset-management and financial services groups on their French operations.

Advising Amundi Investment Solutions on its €10 billion French law programme for secured fund based structured products and related public takedowns.

Advising a leading market institution in its corporate trust and agency roles in several recent French and other secured or structured financings.

Advising a major European bank on the regulatory implications of setting up a trading platform in the sub-Sahara region.

Education and admissions


  • LL.B., University of London


  • Association des Juristes Franco-Britannique

    Association Française des Trésoriers d'Entreprise

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • Solicitor, admitted in England & Wales
  • Paris
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