21 Jun 2018 | 10:00 am | 1 min. read
International law firm Pinsent Masons has strengthened its City offering with the appointment of Carl Posern to the firm’s Structured Finance team.
Carl joins from Linklaters where he was a managing associate specialising in a broad range of structured finance matters including securitisation, debt capital markets, derivatives and other complex structured finance matters. Carl also has extensive experience in a number of subsectors including consumer loan financings, synthetic securitisations, residential and commercial mortgage backed securities, non-performing loan portfolios, derivatives, and infrastructure and utilities financing.
Having trained in Frankfurt with extensive experience advising on German capital market transactions, Carl is dual qualified to practice in both German and the UK markets, having completed his solicitor requalification when he transferred to Linklaters’ London structured finance group.
Edward Sunderland, who leads Pinsent Masons’ UK Structured Finance team, said:
“I look forward to welcoming Carl to the firm. His vast experience across the whole structured finance product spectrum will add strength and breadth to Pinsent Masons’ full service offering and will further strengthen Pinsent Masons’ strong relationship with the UK's major clearing banks.”
Commenting on the appointment, Alexis Roberts, Head of Financial Services at Pinsent Masons, said:
“Pinsent Masons has a strong financial services capability and reputation in the City. Over the last 18 months we’ve substantially bolstered our Equity and Debt Capital Markets offering with the arrival of Roberta Markovina, Julian Stanier and Gareth Jones, David Young, Hammad Akhtar and Kieran Toal, and remain committed to expanding our team with talented individuals who can make a significant contribution to our vision of being recognised as an international market leader in global financial services.”
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