Kirkland & Ellis has added David Irvine as a partner in the Debt Finance Practice Group of the firm’s Hong Kong office. Irvine has extensive experience on large cross-border leveraged and acquisition financing transactions, as well as on a variety of structured and secured lending transactions and restructurings. He joins from the Hong Kong office of Linklaters, where he was a partner since 2008. He previously worked in Linklaters’ London office for seven years, including secondments at JP Morgan and Bank of America. Irvine holds social science and law degrees from the University of Natal in South Africa. He is a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales and an attorney, notary and conveyancer of the High Court of South Africa.

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