Prior to joining WFW, Simon was head of Simmons & Simmons’ London Debt Capital Market Group and also previously led Cleary Gottlieb’s English law capital markets practice.
Responding to challenges facing the world’s financial markets and drawing on our technical excellence, local experience and rich sector knowledge, we deliver value to our clients across international capital markets.
With team members based in the mainstream financial centres of Europe, the USA, Middle East and Asia, we are well-placed to advise on the complete range of domestic and international capital markets issues including debt and equity, structured finance and derivatives.
Characteristic of our approach is the way our capital markets lawyers combine with our broader finance, restructuring and corporate trust and agency expertise as well as our specialist sector teams to deliver practical, industry-focused advice.
We count issuers, financial sponsors, arrangers, underwriters, institutional investors, export credit agencies, trustees, agents, brokers, dealers, counterparties and financial advisers among our clients.
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Prior to joining WFW, he was an Associate at Seward & Kissel LLP in New York. Will has a decade of experience representing leading public companies in the maritime sector.