Jake Keaveny set to join Allen & Overy’s high-yield practice as partner
Allen & Overy has announced that Jake Keaveny will join its high-yield practice as a partner in the London office.
Keaveny joins from Cahill Gordon & Reindel in New York where he has spent his legal career to date, focusing on market-leading US bank and bond deals.
His practice is capital markets and corporate finance, with a particular focus on leveraged finance transactions, term loan B facilities and high-yield transactions.
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