Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has announced that Global Head of Trade Finance Nick Grandage will transfer from London to New York, effective May 1.
Nick’s practice focuses on structured trade and commodity finance, advising on supply chain and receivables finance transactions, both on and off platform, and on receivables securitisations. His experience includes prepayment, borrowing base and intermediation transactions involving energy, metals and soft commodities as well as equipment and processed and semi-processed goods.
Peter Martyr, Norton Rose Fulbright’s Global Chief Executive, commented:
“Nick’s experience will enhance our international offering in trade and commodity finance in New York. The US markets are key to our global banking and finance practice, and Nick’s move will further promote international collaboration.”
Nick, who is ranked Band 1 in Trade Finance by Chambers UK (UK-wide) as well as The Legal 500 United Kingdom (London), said:
“I am delighted to join our New York office in a move that reflects the global nature of our business. Our international trade finance and commodities team helps clients maximize opportunities in the market as it introduces new forms of investment structures.”
Nick will continue to work with the firm’s EMEA-based and global clients. He represents international banks and trading houses, such as BP, Louis Dreyfus, AIG and Citibank, on matters relating to the full spectrum of trade finance agreements.
For further information please contact:
Heledd Phelps-Brown, Head of PR, EMEA
Tel +44 20 7444 2890
Dan McKenna, US Director and Global Head of PR and Communications
Tel +1 713 651 3576