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Eversheds Sutherland’s banking and finance team appoints Head of Debt Finance Strategy

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    Eversheds Sutherland’s banking and finance team has appointed Ian Tetsill as Head of Debt Finance Strategy.

    Ian is an accomplished managing director and business leader with more than 25 years of banking and corporate finance experience which has been gained at NatWest and Barclays. He has notable knowledge of the UK loan markets.

    Ian will be working alongside Eversheds Sutherland’s multi-disciplinary banking and finance team, drawing on his wide range of commercial skills, industry network and experience to help drive its growth strategy and provide a differentiated approach with borrowers and lenders.

    Eversheds Sutherland’s banking and finance team is ranked in the top tier by legal industry directory, Legal 500 and is praised for its “…excellent strength in depth and international capabilities…”

    Clients include lenders, private equity investors and a range of other large corporates, which the team advises on leveraged finance, general corporate finance and M&A finance transactions.

    Nick Swiss, Head of Banking, London, commented:

    “Ian’s skill set combines in-depth technical know-how with impressive industry experience, bolstering our existing capability and the holistic level of service excellence we’re able to provide to our clients. We’re thrilled to welcome him on board. His appointment will strengthen our position in an increasingly competitive market and complement the strategic direction in which we’ve chosen to head.”

    Ian Tetsill commented:

    “I am delighted to be working closely with the team at Eversheds Sutherland, a firm I have worked with extensively and have greatly admired over the years. I am looking forward to helping the banking and finance team develop their growth strategy and working closely with their existing and future clients.”

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