The Transfer Window: latest moves for Eversheds Sutherland, Pinsent Masons and Sullivan & Cromwell
Other firms active in the lateral market include Hogan Lovells, Mishcon de Reya, DWF and Shakespeare Martineau
Eversheds Sutherland has boosted its banking team in London with the hire of Chris Hastings from Ropes and Gray. His clients include lenders and borrowers in the UK and US and he advises on transactions across leveraged and acquisition financing, fund finance and direct lending. Hastings’ move follows the exit of two Ropes finance partners to King & Spalding earlier this month.
Pinsent Masons has hired funds specialist David Young from Maclay Murray & Spens. Young, who will split his time between London and Edinburgh, specialises in fund structuring, formation and investment work for investors and fund managers. At Maclays, Young led the financial services practice in Scotland and established and led the firm’s alternative fund practice.
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