Peter Young is a capital markets lawyer based in London. He is an English and New York law qualified partner in the London practice.
Peter has extensive experience advising investment banks and corporate clients in a broad range of English and New York law governed cross-border debt financings, including high-yield and investment grade debt, exchangeable bonds, exchange offers, tender offers and consent solicitations, as well as UK and US IPOs and rights offerings. He has also advised a number of leading European corporates on compliance and corporate governance matters.
His experience principally includes advising entities operating in the financial services, energy, technology, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, shipping and steel sectors.
Peter joined the London practice as a partner in 2012. Prior to this, he was a partner in a leading U.S. law firm, based in London.
London Stock Exchange (LSE) launched a new multilateral trading facility (MTF), the International Securities Market (ISM), in May 2017..
August 14, 2017
The compromise text agreed at the end of June 2017 indicates that the new Securitisation Regulation will not be quite as bad as feared..
July 18, 2017
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Cell C, the third largest mobile operator in South Africa, in relation to the cross-border debt capital markets (DCM), bank finance and equity restructuring aspects of its substantial recapitalisation..
May 19, 2017
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised the Kingdom of Bahrain on its US$600m eurobond issuance, which closed today..
February 28, 2017