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Eversheds Sutherland boosts consumer finance practice with Partner hire

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    Eversheds Sutherland has strengthened its consumer finance practice with the appointment of Naomi Seward. Naomi, who was previously at the global legal practice, returns from Barclays to join the consumer finance team as a Partner.

    Joining Eversheds Sutherland today (1 August 2018), Naomi is a highly skilled consumer finance lawyer who specialises in consumer credit and associated regulations. Working across both in-house and private practice, her experience includes advising high street banks, building societies and other financial institutions on products such as mortgages, current accounts, overdrafts, credit cards, savings and secured and unsecured personal loans.

    Naomi will work closely with Eversheds Sutherland retail and business financial services Partners including Geraint Thomas, Richard Jones, Jonathan Master and Matthew Gough.

    Commenting on the appointment, David Saunders, head of the retail and business financial services group, said:

    “Consumer finance is a key area of focus for us and we are extremely fortunate to have someone of Naomi’s calibre and reputation joining the practice as we continue to grow our retail financial services offering to clients. Naomi is already highly regarded by our clients and lawyers and we are delighted that she has decided to return to Eversheds Sutherland.”

    Naomi added:

    “Having spent long periods of my career in-house, my experience of private practice was shaped entirely during my time at Eversheds Sutherland. The quality of work and clients offered by the retail and business financial services group has made the decision to return an easy one and I am looking forward to working again with David and the wider team.”


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