Julia Mandich | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
 Julia Mandich
 Julia Mandich

Julia Mandich

Associate, London


Julia is an Associate in the Firm's London Banking Practice and advises on various aspects of banking law. Her experience includes advising financial institutions, corporate borrowers, private equity houses and special liquidators in relation to a wide range of banking and finance transactions, including cross-border acquisition financing, leveraged finance, restructuring and general bank lending.

Julia was recently seconded to a leading alternative asset manager.

Prior to joining White & Case, Julia trained with a magic circle law firm in London, gaining experience in capital markets, corporate M&A, restructuring and insolvency, general banking, leveraged finance and Islamic finance.

Julia spent six months on secondment in Singapore, where she focused on debt and equity capital markets transactions. She also spent a further six months in Dubai focusing on Islamic Finance, general banking transactions and restructuring.

Bars and Courts

  • England and Wales


  • LLB (Hons), University of Law
  • BA (Hons), Economics, University of Manchester


  • English


Ullink acquisition of NYFIX and Metabit businesses, 2014

Julia advised Ullink, a French software company and HgCapital portoflio company, on its US$125 million acquisition financing of NYFIX and Metabit businesses from Intercontinental Exchange Inc.

Deutsche Bank AG, 2014
Julia advised Deutsche Bank AG, London Branch in connection with its financing to Galliard Homes.
J.P.Morgan, 2014
Julia advised J.P. Morgan in connection with its resignation as agent to Flint Group.
The Lenders in the first-ever financing of the leading hotel group in Dubai, worth US$1.4 billion.*
A consortium of local and international banks on the US$10 billion debt restructuring of the Dubai Group.*
The lender in a US$142 million amendment and restatement of existing facilities for a leading global airline.*
The special liquidators on a £6 billion loan portfolio sale of a state-owned bank.*
Various high street banks in connection with a consumer redress scheme relating to mis-sold card protection implemented by way of a solvent scheme of arrangement worth £1.3 billion.*
*Matters worked on prior to joining White & Case.