Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) is pleased to announce that London Assets and Structured Finance Associate Natasha Seel has been named a ‘Rising Star’ for 2022 by leading aviation sector publication Airfinance Journal.
Each year, Airfinance Journal identifies ‘rising stars’ by asking readers around the globe to nominate promising young lawyers whose work has made a notable impression on the aviation industry.
Natasha joined WFW in 2015 as a trainee solicitor, qualifying in 2017, and has worked in the firm’s Paris, Singapore and London offices. Natasha is well versed in acting for banks, financial institutions, aircraft lessors, and export credit agencies and has advised on several first-of-their-kind and award-winning aviation transactions.
Natasha was also a key member of the project team for WFW’s Global Aviation Restructuring Index (GARI), acting as liaison with the various contributory law firms.
WFW Global Aviation Sector Co-Head Jim Bell commented: “Natasha is very smart, extremely hard working, and has a truly collaborative approach that clients appreciate. I am delighted that Airfinance Journal has named her a ‘Rising Star’ for 2022 as she is truly deserving of this recognition”.