Linklaters appoints Gray to Levfin co-head

Linklaters has appointed Brian Gray as co-head of its leveraged finance practice, replacing Gideon Moore who has become the law firm’s global head of banking. Gray will lead the practice alongside existing levfin co-head Nick Syson.

  • 02 Feb 2012

Gray, who has advised sponsors, underwriters and lenders in LBO and restructuring transactions, has been a banking partner at the law firm since 2007. In 2011, he worked on LBOs including Evonik Carbon Black, Vitalia and Jack Wolfskin.

Before joining Linklaters, Gray worked for eight years at Freshfields, where ...

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