Fladgate LLP is delighted to announce a major boost to its funds, financial services and banking practices with the appointment of partner Charles Proctor from Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP and associate Edward Morgan from Nabarro LLP.
Charles and Edward have joined existing funds partners, Ella Leonard and Philip Turner, as part of Fladgate’s continuing strategy to identify senior individuals with the expertise to enhance our teams. Charles’ expertise in financial services regulation will also see him working closely with banking partners Kim McMurray, Paul Howcroft, Andrew Bessemer Clark, Gary Smith and Alexander Wildschütz.
Charles advises large financial institutions and companies on a broad range of financial services and banking matters. In the transactional arena, he brings impressive experience in asset based lending, project finance, derivatives and debt restructuring. In relation to regulatory matters, Charles covers a broad spectrum and has advised on matters including the implementation of MiFid, the LIBOR scandal, credit-risk mitigation, and the effects of the EU money-laundering rules.
Edward specialises in UK, European and global real estate investment funds, indirect real estate investment vehicles and onshore and offshore joint ventures for property investment and development as well as M&A transactions for corporate wrapped high-value real estate assets.
Fladgate Chairman, Charles Wander, commented: “We are delighted to be able to extend our funds, financial services and banking capabilities to our client base with these appointments. Charles is widely known for his extensive experience in the banking and finance sectors, and his knowledge of complex regulatory issues will boost our existing contentious and non contentious expertise in this area. In Edward, we are pleased to welcome an up and coming associate with wide ranging experience of acting for institutional and boutique fund managers, sovereign investors and real estate companies. His skill set and specialist expertise will add value to our already comprehensive funds practice”.