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Charles Leahy

Senior Vice President Fiduciary Services London
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Charles has a deep understanding of structured finance transactions, with a particular focus on residential mortgage warehouses and securitisations.  He has extensive experience in financial markets, having worked in capital markets and origination, trust and agency, as well as in corporate services. Having experienced the inner workings of various parties to a transaction, Charles has the understanding to take a best in-class approach to any issues that may arise through the life of a transaction.


Previously, Charles worked at Law Debenture, where he was responsible for negotiating new structured finance transactions and restructurings and acting as an independent company director on various SPVs.  Prior to this, Charles worked at The Bank of New York Mellon in London, as a Senior Relationship Manager in corporate trust where he was responsible for the largest structured finance relationship for the bank in Europe at the time, amongst others. Charles' securitisation experience started at St. George Bank in Sydney in the capital markets and securitisation team, within group treasury.  At the time, St. George was the largest Australian balance sheet RMBS Issuer, issuing several benchmark RMBS transactions per year with tranches across GBP, EUR, USD and AUD.


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Securities Institute of Australia, Certificate, Advanced Securitisation, 2004

Securities Institute of Australia, Graduate Diploma, Applied Finance and Investment, 2003

University of Tasmania, Australia, Bachelor of Commerce, 2001


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