Andrew Carey

Andrew Carey

Senior Counsel
London

Email andrew.carey@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +44 20 7296 5949

Fax +44 20 7296 2001

Practice groupCorporate & Finance

'extremely personable, very easy to communicate with, technically very good and very commercial'

IFLR 1000

As Co-Head of Sustainable Finance & Investment, Andrew works with the firm's clients to future proof their businesses and attract capital in a growing ESG focused investor market. He has worked across the green finance spectrum and on social and development impact bonds, as well as  other environmental and social sustainable finance transactions. Andrew has provided advice to the US Loan Syndications and Trading Association regarding the UK Green Loan Principles and Go Lab regarding Contracting Guides.

Awards and recognitions

2021

Leading Individual
Legal500UK

Education and admissions

Education

M.A., University of Dundee

Related knowledge

UK2030

Representative experience

Advising a UK government organisation in respect of corporate user guides relating to the legal structure of and key issues arising from social and development impact bonds.

Advising UBS Optimus Foundation (UBSOF) on structuring its second Education Development Impact Bond (DIB) in India and preparing the key DIB documents.

Advising FMS Wertmanagement on a proposed tender offer and consent solicitation for Tier 1 Preferred Securities guaranteed by DEPFA Bank plc.

Advising a major multilateral financial institution on an up-to US$200m Tier 1 bridge financing.

Advising the Government of Canada in relation to the establishment of its London-listed US$10bn EMTN Programme.

Advising FCE Bank plc as issuer on annual updates to and issues under its U.S.$12bn Luxembourg–listed MTN programme.

Advising Citi as trustee and/or agents on post-issuance events involving emerging markets creditors in several countries including India, Russia and South Africa.

Advising Citi as trustee and agent on securitisation transactions across multiple asset classes including auto loans, equipment leases, mortgages and consumer loans.

Advising African Export-Import Bank as issuer on establishing its US$1.5bn Luxembourg-listed, euro MTN programme, the initial US$300m issue thereunder and annual updates thereto.

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