Nigel Dickinson is a derivatives and structured finance lawyer based in London. Nigel has extensive experience of a broad range of capital markets transactions, with a particular focus on OTC derivatives, structured products and structured finance transactions.
Nigel's practice includes advising global investment banks, retail banks, end users and service providers in relation to derivatives, repos and stock lending, derivative-linked debt securities, repackagings, CLOs, CDOs, structured products, commodity financing and complex liquidity, regulatory capital, accounting, tax, risk-transfer, hedging and funding transactions. Nigel also advises on the clearing of OTC derivatives, regulatory change, collateral arrangements and default management.
Nigel is recommended for derivatives and structured products in the 2015 Legal 500, noted for being “a go-to name for complex derivatives matters” and an “excellent transactional lawyer”.
Prior to joining Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, Nigel worked in the London and New York offices of another large international law firm. Nigel studied law at Downing College at the University of Cambridge.