Alan P. Holliday

Associate

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Practices
Industries
International
Education
  • The University of Law, London Moorgate, LPC, 2007
  • University of East Anglia, LLB, 2005
Affiliations
Member, Law Society of England & Wales

Alan concentrates his practice on debt finance and corporate law, with a special focus on drafting and negotiating credit facility agreements and security documentation on behalf of lenders and borrowers.

Since joining the firm, Alan has represented an array of high-profile clients, including an American multinational financial services corporation, a major commercial bank in Ireland, international corporations, and other lenders and investors. He has handled investment-grade financing, corporate restructuring and mezzanine financing, as well as financing for aircraft, mergers and acquisitions, restaurant franchises and real estate. To protect and advance his clients’ interests, he has coordinated with a number of jurisdictions worldwide, including Dubai, the Pacific Islands, Italy, Germany, France, Finland, the U.S., Canada, England, Brazil, India, China, Venezuela and Australia.

In addition to his financing focus, Alan offers significant experience in technology matters, including cross-border licensing agreements, trademark and copyright protection, cross-border data transfers, data protection, data security, cloud computing, privacy and export controls.

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Alan P Holliday
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Representative International Finance Transactions

Acted for a Dubai based consortium in relation to the inter-company re-organisation and change of control under a circa £40,000,000 facility agreement.

Acted for Bank of America in the amendment and extension of US $7,000,000,000 corporate facility secured by gold bullion, taking the lead in negotiating and drafting the UK security documentation for a major financial and commodity derivative exchange.

Acted for Bank of America in the drafting and negotiation of a highly bespoke several letter of credit facility valued at US $250,000,000, for a major financial and commodity derivative exchange.

Acted for Bank of America in the amendment and extension of a US $1,000,000,000 revolving credit facility for corporate purposes, for a major financial and commodity derivative exchange.

Acted for Bank of America in the co-ordination and negotiation of security for a $625,000,000 facility, across Italy, Germany, France, Finland, the Netherlands and the UK.

Acted for the Lender in the amendment and extension of a US$52,000,000 loan facility for a major Pacific Islands based restaurant franchise.

Advised a NYSE listed corporation in the petroleum additives industry on the re-structuring of their international corporate structure.

Advice to Allied Irish Bank on the management, negotiation and perfection of security for the financing of a multimillion pound investment in London real estate.

Advice to a Dubai based consortium on the financing and purchase, through a corporate vehicle, of a high profile retail property in London’s West End, for circa £40 million.

Advice to a U.S. based lender for the perfection of security in England and Wales in relation to a $17 million term loan.

Co-author, "Alternative Lenders: Opportunity or Threat?," IFLR - International Financial Law Review, April 21, 2015
Author, "Micropayments, Are They the Future of Payments Online," E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy, May 2011
Author, "Proposed Amendments to the Takeover Code," OASIS, April 2011
Author, "Changes to the Prospectus Directive," OASIS, April 2011