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Steve Rodgers, Partner

Steve Rodgers

Partner

Practice areas

  • Banking and finance

Practice notes

Steve is a partner in banking & financial services

"Excellent banking lawyer with sound advice and judgement." - Chambers Europe 2018

"Steve Rodgers is proactive, and applies just the right level of involvement in a transaction." - Chambers Global

“Confident and robust. Someone who goes above and beyond to assist you.” – Chambers Europe

“Straight talker who can interpret and simplify the law for a layman” and “never takes his clients for granted” – Legal 500

“He makes complicated legal matters understandable to those with no legal background, offering clear and direct advice” – Chambers Global

Steve has extensive experience in banking and finance transactions in both the Irish and UK markets. He advises both lenders and borrowers on a full range of secured and unsecured finance transactions including bilateral and syndicated loans, security and intercreditor packages, asset and project finance transactions, warehousing structures, real estate finance, acquisition finance and restructurings. He has extensive experience in reviewing loan and security packages for banks and financial institutions, and advising them on restructuring and enforcement options. Steve has acted for various financial institutions and purchasers on loan portfolio sales. He has been recommended for Banking & Finance in Chambers since 2006 and is a senior partner in the firm’s Banking & Finance Department.

Steve’s recent experience includes:

  • Acted for the banks in relation to a €250,000,000 loan facility with a major listed company.
  • Acted for HSBC on the €100,000,000 development financing of the former HQ of the Central Bank of Ireland.
  • Acted for a major development company on the consensual restructuring of its debt (€500,000,000).
  • Acting for Dublin Port Company in relation to a €100,000,000 loan facility granted by the European Investment Bank. 
  • Acting for Leeds Building Society on the sale of its Irish loan book.
  • Acting for a major US corporation in relation to a US$1,500,000,000 credit agreement advanced in relation to an international merger.

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