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Sandrine Sauvel is a capital markets lawyer based in London. She focuses on structured finance, both securitizations and structured products, in the UK and throughout Europe, acting for arrangers, originators, trustees, rating agencies and monoline guarantors.
Sandrine has extensive experience in securitization transactions involving a wide variety of jurisdictions and asset classes (including commercial mortgages, auto loans, commercial leases, whole business securitizations, asset repackagings and commercial paper conduits). She is recognized in The Legal 500 UK 2021's "Hall of Fame" for securitization.
Sandrine joined the London practice as a partner in 2006, having previously worked for another leading law firm.
Her major transactions include: advising Crédit Lyonnais on the structuring of a €620m aircraft lease securitization for Air France; advising Goldman Sachs on the issue of €1,225m secured notes by Toll Road Funding for the refinancing of a secured loan made to Italian toll road operator Autostrade; advising Allianz Risk Transfer as financial guarantor in the issue of €175m secured notes by Prime Edge Capital; advising Angel Trains on its £480m West Coast trains lease receivables securitization; advising the borrower in a whole business securitization in the healthcare industry; advising Deutsche Trustee Company Limited as note and security trustee following the default of the Welcome Break whole business securitization; the establishment of a multi-jurisdictional multi-asset commercial paper conduit for a German corporate; advising Greenwich Natwest in PFI bond issue for the construction of the Bishop Auckland hospital; advising an arranger in a £343m CMBS funded through a commercial paper conduit.
Sandrine is qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales and is admitted to the Paris Bar and the New York Bar. She is fluent in French and English.
Publication | August 28, 2020
Webinar | June 09, 2020
Transitioning from brown to green: the use of transition bonds and green bonds, and sustainability-linked financing in agribusiness
Publication | October 10, 2019
Publication | November 09, 2018