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Andrew Hammond has extensive experience advising on general banking and capital markets transactions. His practice focuses on cross-border acquisition and leveraged financings, restructurings and workouts, special situations, direct lending, high yield bond finance, IPOs, and secondary loan and bankruptcy/insolvency claims trading.

Andrew has worked on transactions for a diverse range of clients, including leading private equity sponsors, hedge funds, investment banks, and corporations, advising on English law as well as on New York law matters.

Andrew recently completed a secondment with the European Special Situations Group of Goldman Sachs in London as legal counsel, where he advised on a wide range of special situations and corporate finance transactions.

Andrew has been a speaker at European legal conferences on matters relating to restructurings and high yield debt finance.


  • Bank of Montreal provides credit facilities to Nuvei Technologies to finance Nuvei's acquisition of Safecharge InternationalJones Day advised Bank of Montreal in connection with the first and second lien credit facilities provided to Nuvei Technologies Corp., a privately owned electronic payment processing company, sponsored by Novacap, to finance Nuvei's acquisition of Safecharge International, a UK-based mobile payments company.
  • AGIC Capital acquires majority stake in Farsound for £115 million (US$143 million)Jones Day advised Asia-Germany Industrial Promotion Limited ("AGIC Capital"), a European-Asian private equity fund focused on investments in high quality industrial and medical companies, in its acquisition of a majority stake in Farsound Limited and its subsidiaries, a leading provider of technology enabled supply chain solutions, from its current owner Rubicon Partners at a total enterprise value of £115 million (US$143 million).
  • Euroports acquired by consortium consisting of R-Logitech, PMV, and FPIMJones Day advised the management team of Euroports Holdings Sarl, in relation to the acquisition of Euroports by a consortium consisting of R-Logitech, a subsidiary of Monaco Resources Group as majority shareholder, and PMV and FPIM, two Belgian investment firms, each for an equal share and as minority shareholder.
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