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Hamish Patrick

Hamish Patrick



  • Banking, Finance and Restructuring
  • Asset and Receivables Finance
  • Banking and Finance
  • Corporate and Commercial Banking

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WSG Leadership

Banking & Finance Group
Restructuring & Insolvency Group

Hamish is Head of Financial Sector and a member of our Banking & Finance and Corporate Restructuring & Insolvency teams. He has a broad practice including conventional Corporate and Commercial Banking, Asset and Receivables Finance; Loan Book Trading; Debt Capital Markets and Securitisation; derivatives; innovative funding structures and funding restructuring and reorganisation.

He is also involved in policy, systems, regulatory and opinion work for financial institutions, and other Financial Products and Services work, and in law reform with government and other public and private sector stakeholders.

Hamish has, in particular, played a leading role throughout his career in the development of market standards and innovations in securitisation, in structured funding using Scottish limited partnerships and in cross-border mechanisms for restructuring and enforcement of debt, through co-ordinated insolvency and otherwise.

Admitted in Scotland.

Areas of Practice

Asset and Receivables Finance | Banking and Finance | Banking, Finance and Restructuring | Corporate and Commercial Banking | Corporate Restructuring and Recovery | Financial Products and Services | Leveraged Finance | Loan Book Trading | Scots Counsel


Scotland in 2050: Rural and Agriculture - Navigating Uncertainties to Realize Opportunities
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, October 2018

To coincide with its 250th anniversary, Shepherd and Wedderburn commissioned the University of Strathclyde’s Fraser of Allander Institute to consider the future challenges and, more importantly, opportunities for Scotland’s economy...

Scotland in 2050: Financial Services - Financial Innovation for the Future
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, October 2018

The Scottish financial sector has always punched above its weight due, in large part, to its appetite for innovation and sharp business acumen, which it has successfully exported around the globe. The successful early establishment in Scotland of current account banking and the investment trust speak to this, along with the undisputed influence of the Scottish diaspora, which established many of the great financial institutions from Paris to Hong Kong...

Scottish Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency Update
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, February 2017

Political uncertainty dominates the headlines, with the fallout from Brexit continuing, leadership changes in the USA and further elections soon to take place across Europe. The legal landscape in Scotland also continues to change...

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