Ed Borrini has over 20 years of experience representing lenders and borrowers in all aspects of banking transactions, with a particular emphasis on real estate finance and emerging markets deals.

Ed’s real estate finance experience spans multiple asset classes in relation to both investment and development transactions. He has worked on recent deals in the hotel, care home, office, retail, and residential sectors. He also acts for clients in relation to the financing of NPL portfolio acquisitions. Ed’s experience in emerging markets extends to all types of energy and commodity-related transactions, including PXF, prepayment, and reserve-based lending, where he has particular experience in Africa, CIS states, and Latin America.

Ed studied at the University of Oxford (M.A. in Jurisprudence 1996) and at The College of Law, Chester (Legal Practice Course with commendation 1997). He is a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales. Ed speaks English and Spanish.

Before joining Morrison & Foerster, Ed was Partner at an international law firm.

Ed is recognised by the directories, with Chambers describing him as “a consummate professional” where clients say “when he steps up to bat, he can really push a point and negotiate on our behalf very well”; and The Legal 500 stating that he is “greatly valued both by banks and trading houses” for high-end, big-ticket work.

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