Ben Wilkinson | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Ben Wilkinson
Ben Wilkinson

Ben Wilkinson

Partner, London

T +44 20 7532 1276

E bwilkinson@whitecase.com

Overview

Ben Wilkinson is a partner in the Firm's Banking Practice in London. Ben's experience includes advising banks in relation to acquisition finance transactions and general bank lending. Ben also regularly acts for a variety of lender syndicates, steering committees, sponsors and companies in relation to various restructuring matters.

Ben has spent extended periods on secondment at Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs in their leveraged finance teams, as well as a secondment to the legal team at Goldman Sachs and a secondment to the Firm's New York office.

Bars and Courts

  • England and Wales

Education

  • MA, Jurisprudence, Oxford University, St. Edmund Hall

Languages

  • English

Experience

Acting for Jefferies Finance LLC as mandated lead arranger in connection with the €150 million term facilities for the refinancing of the Famar group.

Acting for Rabobank as agent and ABN Amro Bank, BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, ING Bank, Rabobank and Société Générale as joint arrangers and lenders in connection with an amendment to, and increase of, the €75 million super senior revolving credit facility for the Refresco Group, in connection with the acquisition of the Pride Foods group.

Acting for Deutsche Bank AG, as sole global coordinator and Deutsche Bank AG, Commerzbank Aktiengesellschaft, Unicredit Bank AG and HSBC Bank PLC as arrangers in connection with the refinancing and recapitalisation of Minimax by way of senior secured facilities comprising of €315 million and US$422 million TLB, €141.5 million guarantee facility and €40 million revolving facility.

Acting for a coordinating committee of banks on the AED 2.8 billion financial restructuring of Tabreed, an Abu Dhabi-based district cooling company with operations across the Middle East.

Acting for ABN Amro Bank, BNP Paribas, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, ING Bank, Rabobank and Société Générale as joint arrangers and lenders in connection with a €75 million super senior revolving credit facility for the Refresco Group, launched concurrently with the Refresco Group's issuance of senior secured notes.