Paul Vine is a banking lawyer based in Amsterdam. He has particular expertise in structured finance, corporate restructuring, banking regulation and insolvency.
Paul has advised on a variety of international and domestic banking transactions, including trade finance, acquisition finance, property finance as well as advising on regulatory capital issues, restructuring and cross-border insolvencies.
Paul joined the practice in 1994 and qualified in 1996. Apart from having spent some time in Moscow and Central America as general counsel of a private equity fund, and then with Shell International, Paul has spent his whole career with the practice. He is a regular speaker at conferences and has written widely on finance issues. Paul is also a contributor to the corporate reference work, Gore-Browne on Companies.
On 12th September, 2010, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision agreed on detailed measures to strengthen the regulation, supervision and risk management of t....
October 07, 2010
In the current volatile markets, it is essential that financial institutions, major companies and their professional advisers have immediate access to experienced....
January 31, 2009
Best Commodity Trade Finance Law Firm for second year running, best Trade Law Firm in Asia for fourth year running.
June 13, 2012