Tom McKay

Tom McKay
Tom McKay is counsel in the Restructuring group in London. He has a broad range of experience and has acted on a number of well-known domestic and cross-border restructurings and insolvencies.

As part of a team, Tom has represented leading accounting firms and restructuring practices, distressed investors, senior and junior lenders, hedge funds and private equity firms on a variety of workouts and restructurings. Tom also has considerable experience of advising the boards of directors of companies in financial distress.

Tom’s representations include:

  • the provisional liquidators of Abraaj Investment Management Limited
  • Barclays Bank PLC on the restructuring of General Healthcare Group
  • KKR Credit on the establishment of a Greek NPL platform
  • the Lehman estate in chapter 11 in relation to UK and European issues
  • the special administrators of MF Global UK Limited following the first ever filing under the Special Administration Regime
  • various lenders on the restructuring of two Premier League football clubs
  • the board of directors and administrators of Connaught plc and several subsidiaries
  • a junior creditor in the multibank pan-European restructuring of the Actavis Group
  • London Town Plc in its restructuring and subsequent administration

Tom has completed a secondment to the European Special Situations Group of Goldman Sachs in London and has written articles on restructuring topics.