Kenneth Gray is a Consultant in our London banking department and has over 20 years experience of advising on banking and security law in London and Paris. He joined us in 1986, founded our Paris office in 1990 and became a Partner in 1993. He has been a Consultant to the practice since 2006.
During his career, Kenneth has focused primarily on aircraft and other asset finance . The practice is recognised as a market leader in this field by the principal market directories and Kenneth himself has often been named as one of the foremost practitioners in this sector. Many of the transactions on which he has worked have been selected as “Deal of the Year” by trade periodicals.
Since becoming a Consultant at the practice, Kenneth’s activities have focused on advising our clients on strategic issues such as the implementation of the Basel Accords and the Capital Requirements Regulation, the ratification of the Cape Town Convention by the United Kingdom and the consequences of Brexit).
In parallel to his consultancy, Kenneth has developed a successful career training banks and other companies on diverse issues such as Aviation Finance, Asset Finance, Structured Finance and Loan and Lease Documentation.
Kenneth is a member of the Legal Advisory Panel to the Aviation Working Group and the head of the UK National Contact Group for the Cape Town Convention.
Kenneth has an MA from Cambridge University and has qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales and as an avocat at the Paris bar.
Our 2018 client webinar series looks at the key changes ahead for the banking and finance industry, from Brexit to blockchain..
Focus on BEPS and banking transactions
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) of the United Kingdom has announced its intention to retire the LIBOR benchmark interest rate setting scheme (LIBOR Retirement) by 2021..
August 21, 2017
In recent years the FCA has levied significant fines on banks for having weak anti-money laundering controls..
October 30, 2015
Global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright has today published its global comparative analysis on remuneration requirements for banks, covering 14 jurisdictions..
March 11, 2015
Global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright is pleased to announce that its second global comparative analysis of banking reform regulations has now gone live, focus.
September 25, 2014