Emily Fuller is an associate in the Finance Practice Group in the London office of Haynes and Boone. Emily acts on a full range of finance transactions, with a particular focus on fund finance, including syndicated and bilateral leveraged/NAV facilities, SMA deals, hybrid facilities, GP support lines and capital call facilities. Emily has experience in the formation of closed-ended and open-ended offshore fund structures and prior to joining Haynes and Boone undertook a secondment at a real estate fund. Emily’s practice focuses on acting for bank and non-bank lenders and a variety of sponsors (including corporate and non-corporate private equity funds, hedge funds, infrastructure funds, real estate funds, secondary funds, credit funds and sovereign wealth funds). Emily also holds the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment’s Certificate in Islamic Finance and the Chartered Banker Institute’s Certificate in Green and Sustainable Finance.
Emily is a ranked lawyer in Chambers UK, Chambers and Partners, 2022 in Banking & Finance: Fund Finance - London (Firms) in the ‘Associates to Watch’ category. They note “Emily Fuller is an impressive associate who advises on matters across the fund finance space. She typically acts for financial institutions including banks and private equity firms.” Also that "Emily Fuller is just extremely helpful, in the weeds of the deals and extremely technically able." "She is incredibly knowledgeable, very engaged, and the advice is very sensible and fully explained."
Emily was named as a ‘Rising Star’ in the 2020 Fund Finance Association’s Rising Star Awards.
- "COVID-19 – An opportunity to show the adaptability and strength of the finance market?" co-author, Haynes and Boone client alert, March 24, 2020.
- "Sustainability Linked Loans and Fund Finance," co-author, Haynes and Boone client alert, January 29, 2020.
- "Subscription-Secured Financings: Enforcement vs. Perfection (European Deals Edition)," co-author, article, October 17, 2019.
- "A - Z Guide of Fund Finance," co-author, publication, September 24, 2019.
- "Predicting Brexit's Lasting Impact On US And UK Markets," co-author, Law360, April 12, 2017.
B.A. (Hons), English, University of Sussex, 2008
LL.B. (Hons.), College of Law Bloomsbury, 2010
England and Wales
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