Natalie Raine

Associate

Natalie Raine is temporarily on a full-time client secondment.

Natalie Raine
  • LPC, University of Law, 2015
  • LLM (International Development Law and Human Rights), University of Warwick, 2014
  • LLB (Law), University of Warwick, 2013

Qualifications

  • England and Wales, Solicitor, 2017

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Natalie Raine

Associate

Natalie Raine is temporarily on a full-time client secondment.

Natalie Raine is an associate in the business restructuring group of Ropes and Gray's London office. 

Natalie has broad experience advising clients on a range of cross-border restructuring, distressed and insolvency matters, including corporate clients, lenders, debtors, investment funds and private credit funds.

Experience

  • Advised Lebara, a European telecom business, on the refinancing of the group’s capital structure
  • Advised Bain Capital Credit in connection with a US$275 million holdco financing and related investment to support Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment’s US$1.55 billion Phase 1 development of the INSPIRE Entertainment Resort in South Korea
  • Advised Triton in relation to the €28.7 million refinancing of Cata Electrodomesticos
  • Advised a leading Asian investment fund on a receivership appointment over an upstream oil and gas company
  • Advised the debtors in connection with a prepackaged plan of reorganisation under Chapter 11, including advising in relation to the application of an English court judgement regarding a shareholder dispute
  • Advised a US pharmaceuticals company in connection with an amendment to its credit agreement
  • Advised Flint Group in the extension of its credit facilities, which was implemented using a series of parallel schemes of arrangement in England*
  • Advised the lender syndicate in relation to the refinancing of a €750 million revolving credit facility to Hemisphere International Properties B.V., the property owning arm of the Steinhoff Group*
  • Advised a global satellite network company on the restructuring of its debt through an exchange offer and English law scheme of arrangement*
  • Advised the senior lenders on the financial restructuring of Ambatovy, Africa's largest nickel extraction facility*
*Completed prior to joining Ropes & Gray

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  • LPC, University of Law, 2015
  • LLM (International Development Law and Human Rights), University of Warwick, 2014
  • LLB (Law), University of Warwick, 2013

Qualifications

  • England and Wales, Solicitor, 2017
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