Nick Grandage is a banking lawyer based in London where he is Head of Banking & Finance for Europe, Middle East & Asia. His expertise includes all aspects of trade finance, including pre-export and prepayment transactions, ownership and receivables finance, borrowing base transactions and asset based lending.
Nick acts for banks and trading companies in transactions around the world and his experience includes transactions involving energy, metals and soft commodities as well as equipment and processed goods and semi-processed.
Nick is highly recommended by both Chambers and Legal 500 where he is described by clients as “first class” and is particularly admired for “his experience and reading of situations to find agreeable solutions”.
Section 1 of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 allows regulations to be made to invalidate clauses in certain contracts which prevent the assignment of receivables..
September 15, 2017
The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act introduced the new offence of corporate manslaughter where the gross negligence of a company’s senior manage....
March 11, 2011
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised AIG and Standard Chartered in relation to establishing the first blockchain-enabled platform for the streamlined purchasing of trade finance invoices from a global logistics company..
October 11, 2017
Norton Rose Fulbright has been named best commodity/trade finance law firm for the fifth consecutive year by the Trade Finance Awards for Excellence 2015..
June 11, 2015