Graham Hall specialises in mergers, acquisitions, private equity, property finance and receivables finance work. He has acted for all the major UK clearing banks as well as large listed and non-listed companies both within the UK and overseas.
Hall has recently completed a six-month secondment with the Royal Bank of Scotland, where he advised the Structured Debt Team on all aspects of funding and security structuring of deals.
He has valuable expertise in multi-jurisdictional transactions across Europe and in the US.
He is a partner in the Banking and Finance team in Manchester. He joined Shoosmiths in October 2011 from DWF.
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