Trowers & Hamlins' Real Estate Finance Security team strengthens national presence 


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Top 40 law firm Trowers & Hamlins has strengthened the national presence of its Real Estate Finance Security Team with the promotion of Exeter-based Hannah Jackson to Partner and the creation of its Birmingham branch with the hire of Senior Associate Natalie Owen.

Hannah has more than 14 years' experience in the real estate sector and is a trusted adviser to a range of registered providers, institutional investors and Real Estate Investment Trusts, advising them on complex large scale residential portfolio funding and acquisition projects.

Natalie joins the firm as senior associate from Wright Hassall, where she specialised in portfolio funding for Registered Providers, property acquisition and development.

Katie Dyer, the head of Trowers & Hamlins' Real Estate Finance Security Team said:

"More and more clients across the country trust our highly regarded Real Estate Finance Security team with their property due diligence requirements and to charge properties quickly, smoothly and cost effectively. Hannah's promotion in our Exeter office is testament to her commitment to delivering an outstanding service to clients. Natalie also enjoys a well-deserved reputation in the market and we are delighted that she has joined us to create our new Birmingham branch, bringing Trowers' market-leading expertise to the Midlands."

"The appointments along with 3 further additional hires to the Manchester and Exeter offices and promotions within the London team, bolsters the now 36 fee earner strong national team - one of the largest teams specialising in large scale portfolio residential due diligence in the housing sector acting for both borrowers and funders, enabling us to offer the widest range of experience available for our clients' security projects and to deliver them within even the shortest of deadlines."

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