REN Legal expand team with a senior appointment in asset finance

Dino D'Amore
By Dino D'Amore May 13, 2014 20:15

REN Legal expand team with a senior appointment in asset finance

REN Legal, a commercial law firm based in the City of London, has announced that Adam Longney is joining the firm as a senior associate, further increasing the strength and depth of the firm’s core practice area of asset finance.

Adam Longney joins from BLP and advises on a broad spectrum of domestic and international financing and leasing transactions, with a particular focus on the rail and aviation sectors. His experience will add depth to the existing aviation practice, and he will establish the firm’s rail practice.  Adam has been ranked as a leading individual in the UK edition of Chambers & Partners since 2009 and in the 2014 edition he is described as “an “excellent” lawyer for rail finance matters” and “a “rising star””.

Norman Fraser, Partner, REN Legal commented: “Adam’s appointment will help us continue to build out and grow key strategic client relationships in our focus finance areas. The senior lawyers at REN Legal all hail from magic circle and large international firms and provide high quality commercial legal advice. Adam is a perfect fit to the existing team.”

REN Legal is a commercial law firm based in the City of London, established in 2010. The firm specialises in providing top quality legal advice and transaction management services through its experienced team. All senior lawyers at REN Legal come from magic circle and large international firms including Allen & Overy, Hogan Lovells, BLP and Norton Rose.

Dino D'Amore
By Dino D'Amore May 13, 2014 20:15
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