Jeremy Levy

Jeremy Levy

Partner
Baker & McKenzie LLP

Biography

Jeremy Levy is a partner in Baker McKenzie’s Structured Capital Markets Team in London, working in the areas of securitisation, structured finance and derivatives & financial products. Jeremy joined Baker McKenzie as a trainee in 2005 and qualified into the Structured Capital Markets Team in 2007. Jeremy has been named a Next Generation Lawyer and a Next Generation Partner by the Legal 500.

Practice Focus

Jeremy regularly acts for sponsors, originators, arrangers and trustees on securitisation and other structured finance transactions across multiple jurisdictions and involving various asset classes (including trade receivables, residential mortgages, auto loans, consumer loans and equipment leases). Jeremy also regularly advises buyers, suppliers and platform providers on all types of supply chain finance transactions and advises companies listing bonds on the Channel Islands and Cayman Islands Stock Exchanges.

Jeremy has considerable experience in establishing new structures and vehicles, and advised PrimeRevenue in establishing a new supply chain finance platform, named a Standout Deal at the FT Innovative Lawyers Awards 2016.

Representative Legal Matters

  • Acted for PrimeRevenue, a leading supply chain finance platform provider, on the creation of an innovative supply chain finance platform funded through a Luxembourg vehicle (named a Standout Deal at the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Awards and shortlisted for IFLR Deal of the Year).
  • Advised major international banks on multiple securitisations of auto loans and leases to consumers.
  • Advised a multinational IT company as originator on the implementation of an innovative, cross-border supply chain receivables financing programme involving receivables in fourteen jurisdictions.
  • Advising a seller of consumer loan receivables on its first securitisation.
  • Advised a major finance provider in relation to bespoke equipment finance transactions across multiple jurisdictions.
  • Advised ING as purchaser on multiple trade receivables financing transactions.
  • Advised Kantar as originator on a multi-jurisdictional receivables sale transaction.
  • Advised Sealed Air Corporation in respect of a securitisation of European trade receivables in the UK, France, Spain and Italy.
  • Acted for Arrangers, Originators and Trustees on numerous securitisation transactions of different asset classes across various jurisdictions.

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Law Society of England & Wales - Member

Corporate Responsibility

Jeremy has worked with the Public International Law & Policy Group (PILPG), a global pro bono law firm that provides free legal assistance to developing states emerging from conflict, and for various other pro bono clients including the NSPCC and Amicus. He is also a member of various charity and fundraising committees.

Admissions

  • England & Wales~United Kingdom (2007)

Education

  • B.P.P. Law School (Legal Practice Course) (2005)
  • Cambridge University (St. John's College) (B.A. Hons. (Cantab) in law) (2004)