Shameer Shah | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
 Shameer Shah
 Shameer Shah

Shameer Shah

Partner, London

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Shameer Shah is a partner in the Firm's Banking Group in London. Shameer has experience advising alternative capital providers, major financial institutions, private equity sponsors and corporates on cross-border financings across a range of capital structures, with a particular focus on acquisition and leveraged finance transactions.

In 2014, Shameer completed a senior secondment to the execution desk for the leveraged finance team at Morgan Stanley. Shameer has also spent time working in White & Case's Frankfurt office.

Bars and Courts

  • England and Wales


  • LPC, Kaplan Law School
  • LLB (Hons), King's College London


  • English


Anchorage Capital sale of Eir

Anchorage Capital on its sale of a controlling stake in Eir for €3.5bn to NJJ Capital.

Leonard Green's acquisition of PureGym

The arrangers including Barclays and Jefferies on Leonard Green's £420 million bridge to bond and super senior revolving facilities for the acquisition of PureGym.

Shop Direct refinance

The arrangers including Barclays and Credit Suisse on Shop Direct's £700m senior secured notes and revolving credit facilities.

Bain Capital's acquisitions

The unitranche lender in connection with the financing of Bain Capital's acquisitions of a European group specialising in the design and manufacture of high performance pre-cast concrete products and, separately, of an Italian tyre wholesaler by way of the issuance of Italian mini-bonds.

HPS Investment Partners

HPS Investment Partners on its provision of a unitranche financing to Charme Capital Partners to finance the acquisition of a classic car business.

Rhone Capital's refinancing for Ask Chemicals Group

Rhone Capital in relation to the €210m covenant lite refinancing for Ask Chemicals Group, one of Rhone Capital's portfolio companies.

Triton's acquisition of Flaktwoods

Triton on its acquisition of Flaktwoods and combination of an existing Triton portfolio company, DencoHappel, which was carved out from Triton's GEA heat exchanger business.