Mae Morter

Biography

Mae Morter
Mae Morter is an associate in the Banking & Finance group in the London office of Weil. Mae focuses on cross-border leveraged finance, corporate lending, high-yield financings and refinancings and has acted for financial institutions, corporates, funds and sponsors on a wide range of financing transactions.

Prior to joining Weil, Mae was a member of the banking team at a magic circle law firm for 7 years (where she also trained) and has spent 18 months on secondment to its Paris office as an associate. Mae has also spent 6 months on secondment in an execution role in the syndications team of BNP Paribas in London in 2015 and 7 months on secondment in the Loan Negotiation Group of Goldman Sachs (Leveraged Finance team).

Track Record:

  • Acting for UBS AG on CVC’s bid consisting €5 billion of 1L/2L debt for Unilever’s spread business
  • Acting for Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Natixis and Societe Generale on PAI’s bid for the bolt on acquisition of SARquaviate Servicios a la Dependencia by Domus VI
  • Acting for Goldman Sachs and Unicredit (as mandated lead arrangers) on Hellman & Friedman’s bid and acquisition of TeamSystem S.p.A
  • Acting for Goldman Sachs on Bain’s €439.5 million bid of Ethypharm
  • Acting for the mandated lead arrangers (Morgan Stanley and Unicredit amongst others) on CVC’s €645 million bid and acquisition of the Tipico group
  • Acting for Public Sector Pension Investment Board on its $109 million investment in Keter Plastic
  • Acting for Bain and Advent International on the financing of their €393million bid and acquisition of Concardis GmbH
  • Acting for Advent International and Hellman & Friedman on the financing of their $3 billion bid for Allegro
  • Acting for Nordea as lead arranger on CVC’s acquisition of Synsam Nordic A/S (previous law firm)
  • Acting for Goldman Sachs as lead arranger on NXC’s acquisition of Stokke AS (previous law firm)

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