Partner Philip Mudd is head of banking, restructuring and insolvency. With experience including the first ever administration under the 1986 Insolvency Act, the first CVA to resolve a pension deficit with the blessing of the Pension Protection Fund and the first and only CVA of a cathedral, he brings a wealth of practical knowledge to the table.
According to Chambers Guide to the legal profession, sources say Mudd is ‘a real star and heavyweight in the market’ and that he ‘generates a high volume of respect and recognition for his work on behalf of lenders, distressed companies and IPs’.
He is a licensed insolvency practitioner, a fellow of R3 and a member of the Insolvency Lawyers’ Association.
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