Naomi joined Hogan Lovells' business restructuring and insolvency team in February 2016, having trained and qualified at another leading law firm in London. She has worked on both finance and corporate matters in London and Sydney, and has experience of working client-side in the legal team at a leading international bank.
Naomi is building a wide-ranging practice focussed on domestic and cross-border debt restructurings and formal insolvency procedures. She acts for major financial institutions, insolvency practitioners and corporate borrowers.
Acting for a syndicate of bank lenders on the £2 billion debt restructuring of a major UK privately-owned construction group.
Acting for a significant CIS borrower in relation to its standstill arrangements with its lender and noteholder creditors.
Acting for the senior lenders and, later, the receivers in relation to the receivership and subsequent sale of an iconic London trophy building.
Advising a well-known supplier of mobile phones in relation to its exposure to a reseller in administration
Advising a pension fund trustee in connection with its deficit collection exercise and in relation to the strength of employers' financial covenants.