Christopher joined Acuity Law as a Partner in September of 2021 having previously led teams at Hugh James, Harrison Clarke Rickerbys, and most recently, Capital Law.
Christopher has significant experience as a real estate finance lawyer and has acted on an extensive range of banking transactions, including re-finance transactions, development funding, investment funding, SIPP funding, healthcare funding, charity funding, social housing funding, and mezzanine funding.
Christopher has been extensively involved in working with and representing a number of market—leading banks throughout his career, having acted for niche funders in high-volume lending, in addition to all of the major high street lenders on a bespoke basis.
Christopher is a specialist in development finance, investment finance, third sector/charity finance, acquisition finance, re-finance, and social housing finance.
Christopher places excellent service and relationship management at the heart of everything he does. Having developed a strong reputation advising banks, funders, and borrowers in all manner of funder transactions. Christopher brings with him, a keen commercial approach to finding solutions for his clients and was ranked as a Notable Practitioner by Chambers and Partners.
Chris’ clients include Julian Hodge Bank and the Development Bank of Wales.
Chris’ practice has been built on the principles of:
Identify problems, suggesting commercial solutions and backing them with commercial advice.