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The Eurozone Crisis: Slaughter and May's Involvement



7 August 2012

Marc Hutchinson and Matthew Tobin, partners of Slaughter and May, London, will give a short talk about the firm's perspective on, and work related to, the Eurozone crisis. Slaughter and May are on the Legal Services Panel of the United Kingdom Government.

Marc Hutchinson

Marc Hutchinson LLB (UCL) LLM (Sydney) is head of Slaughter and May's debt capital markets practice. Between 1986-1991, he was a partner at Freehills, Sydney.

Marc has a practice covering a wide range of banking and finance work, including international capital markets, bank lending, leveraged finance, securitisations, structured financings and derivative transactions in which he advises borrowers, lenders, arrangers and counterparties of all kinds. He acts regularly for the treasury departments of financial institutions and large corporations.

In 2008 and 2009, he advised the United Kingdom Government on its 2008 Credit Guarantee Scheme and its 2009 Asset Backed Securities Guarantee Scheme.

Matthew Tobin

Matthew Tobin MA (Oxford) is a partner in Slaughter and May's financing practice. Matthew trained at Slaughter and May and has been a partner since 2005.

Matthew advises on a wide range of banking and financing work, including acquisition and bid financing, capital markets and securitisation transactions.

He has played a leading role advising the United Kingdom Government in relation to its financial support to the UK banking industry during the financial crisis, including the transfer of Bradford & Bingley into public ownership, the 2008 Credit Guarantee Scheme, the Asset Protection Scheme and the related financial stability measures for Lloyds Banking Group and The Royal Bank of Scotland.

The Eurozone Crisis: Slaughter and May's Involvement

Monday, 13th August 2012

1pm, New Law Lecture Theatre 106

New Law Building (F10)

Sydney Law School

Attendance: Free


Contact: Greg Sherington

Phone: +61 2 9351 0202

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