Jeremy Trinder, former Global Co-Chair of Latham & Watkins' Real Estate Practice, represents clients in the full spectrum of complex real estate investment and financing transactions in the UK and across Europe.

Mr. Trinder draws on more than 25 years of real estate experience and deep knowledge of lending across the capital stack to advise private equity funds, banks, and corporate borrowers on:

  • Commercial mortgage loans, including origination and restructuring of senior, mezzanine and holdco financings   
  • Loan-on-loan, repo, and loan warehousing transactions
  • Mortgage backed securities 
  • Commercial mortgage debt acquisitions and syndication 
  • Sale and leaseback, ground rent, and opco/propco transactions
  • Distressed debt acquisitions/dispositions and NPL and special situations financings

He forges long-term relationships with clients to serve as a trusted advisor and delivers creative debt solutions with technical precision. 

Mr. Trinder’s recent experience includes advising:

  • The joint venture of US and European real estate private equity funds on the £500 million financing of the acquisition of a European hospitality business
  • Middle East Sovereign Wealth 
  • in the US$1.5 billion refinancing of a property portfolio including luxury hotels in London, Rome, and Beverley Hills, and a luxury condo development in New York 
  • Barclays Bank on:
    • A £500 million loan, refinancing, and subsequent securitization on the largest data center in the UK
    • Special situations in relation to a loan-on-loan financing secured on developments in Bonn and Berlin
  • Brookfield on a mortgage loan in connection with the £714 million acquisition of Arlington Business Parks
  • TDR on a £900 million mortgage bridge financing and subsequent sale and leaseback in relation to acquiring Asda Stores
  • Asda on a £2.27 billion million sale and leaseback structured through a loan and securitization
  • Onex on a mortgage bridge and three subsequent ground rent transactions in respect of the £1.35 billion acquisition of Parkdean Resorts
  • A lender on an ongoing €335 million loan-on-loan program secured on a rolling real-estate asset base for Castlelake
  • A US private equity real estate debt fund on:
    • A €1 billion bridge to term refinancing of a Swedish sponsor
    • A £65 million development loan to Oxenwood secured on UK logistics assets
    • A £146 million development loan to Oaktree secured on a prime office development in Canary Wharf
    • A £136 million development loan to Ares secured on residential property
    • A £92 million senior and mezzanine development loans to Aventicum secured on student accommodation
    • A £94 million development loan to Northwood secured on logistics assets
    • An £85 million loan, subsequently split into a senior and mezzanine and subsequent refinancing, to Resolution Capital secured on a Hyatt-branded hotel in central London
  • A US private equity real estate fund on multiple NPL financing (over €3 billion in aggregate) secured on properties in Spain
  • AllianceBernstein (AB) on a:
    • £40 million mezzanine loan secured on student accommodation
    • £25 million mezzanine loan secured on mixed office/retail assets
  • Ares on a €113 million loan secured on office property in Belgium
  • A JV on the acquisition mortgage financing of a UK care homes group
  • BAML on a loan to a student accommodation operator
  • A major US investment bank on loans to major US private equity funds secured on UK prime properties
  • A lender on ongoing multiple loan-on-loan programs (€800 million in aggregate) secured on retail, office, hospitality, and residential properties in Ireland and the UK
  • A lender on a loan-on-loan warehouse facility secured on a rolling base of development loans secured on small-scale developments in the UK and Ireland
  • A lender on a €140 million NPL financing for Lonestar secured on Spanish NPLs
  • A German landesbank on acquiring €800 million of mortgage loans secured over residential, tech, and logistics assets in Germany, the Netherlands, and France
  • Bay Grove on financing its acquisitions of cold storage facilities and businesses in Europe and subsequent Cold Finance securitization
  • Digital Realty on its US$8.4 billion acquisition of InterXion

Bar Qualification

  • England and Wales (Solicitor)


  • Legal Practice Course, College of Law, 1998
  • Barrister-at-law, Inns of Court School of Law, London, 1996
  • LL.B, University College London, 1995