David Hudd is co-leader of Hogan Lovells’ finance practice group. He advises on all types of capital markets and structured finance transactions, including derivatives and securitisations.
Hudd is listed in Chambers’ Guide as a leading individual in structured finance and securitisation and in the Legal 500’s Legal Experts as an expert in capital markets, derivatives and structured products and securitisation. Following 13 years’ experience at another city law firm and in investment banking, Hudd joined Hogan Lovells as a partner in 1994.
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