Christopher has specialised in Real Estate Finance and Secured Lending throughout his career.
Christopher joined Capital Law in March 2014 and has taken the Banking and Finance team through a period of sustained growth, gaining new clients and expanding the services we provide to existing clients. The team of six dedicated Banking & Finance lawyers regularly act for banks and funders in the construction sector in both commercial and development finance transactions.
Christopher also acts for borrowers when banks have appointed lawyers, and uses his experience to guide borrowers through the due diligence requirements of their chosen funder.
Chris and his team have extensive experience in providing Banks and other funders with security reviews prior to the enforcement of security, to include (but not limited to) advice concerning:
Following review, the team has often been instructed to draft the appointment of LPA/Fixed Charge Receivers together with the relevant acknowledgement documentation.
Once the receivers have been appointed Chris and his team are often instructed to act in the sale of the relevant property to the ultimate purchaser ensuring the personal liability of the Receivers when acting as agent for the Seller is excluded.
Christopher is a committee member of the Wooden Spoon Society – the children’s charity of rugby and a founding member of the Three Counties Welsh Society Networking Club.
Chris has a wealth of experience and continues to provide an excellent service on all of the corporate banking transactions we have carried out together. Highly recommended.
Ashley Charlton, Relationship Director at Santander UK Corporate & Commercial
Partner (Head of Banking), Capital Law Limited (2014 – present)
Partner (Head of Banking & Finance), Harrison Clark Rickerbys (2011 – 2014)
Partner (Head of Real Estate Finance), Hugh James Solicitors (2007 -2011)
University of Wales Cardiff: LPC, Post Graduate Diploma (1994 – 1995)
London Guildhall University: BA Hons Law, 2:2 (1990 – 1993)
The Law Society of England and Wales