London partners Yen Sum and Jennifer Brennan celebrated for roles advising on Swissport’s comprehensive financial restructuring.
Jennifer Brennan is Global Vice Chair of Latham & Watkins' Finance Department and a partner in the Restructuring & Special Situations Practice.
Ms. Brennan has extensive experience advising the full range of stakeholders across the capital structure, including asset managers, hedge funds, alternative capital providers, banks, private equity sponsors and corporates, on restructuring, special situations and finance transactions.
Ms. Brennan is particularly focused on managing large-scale, multi-jurisdictional transactions and matters requiring the navigation of diverse stakeholder interests to achieve commercial solutions. The implementation of such transactions have been through a variety of means and processes, including UK schemes of arrangement, UK company voluntary arrangements, US Chapter 15, Spanish homologation, Canadian CCAA process, pre-packaged administration, security enforcement and French mandat ad hoc and conciliation, and have at times involved the injection of new financing to both bridge liquidity and to support the new capital structure.
Ms. Brennan has experience in a range of sectors including retail, automotive, chemicals, energy and renewables, financial services, manufacturing, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, logistics, gaming, and telecommunications.