Partner Michael Taylor is head of Walker Morris’s banking unit and is recognised for his experience in advising banks and corporate borrowers on all aspects of corporate banking and acquisition finance.
He has expertise in both bilateral and syndicated transactions, including acquisition and property finance and development funding and restructuring.
Taylor also specialises in non-contentious corporate recovery and restructuring work and advises lenders, insolvency practitioners and corporate clients in relation to insolvency issues.
He is named in Chambers as a leading individual and is listed in Legal Experts for both his banking and insolvency expertise. The Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession states that he ‘is aware of all the risks and won’t sit on the fence’.
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