Madeleine is a partner in the Osborne Clarke Banking & Finance team who specialises in real estate finance and her work includes advising on both development and investment loans, both a syndicated and bilateral basis.

She is named as a leading individual in both Chambers and Legal 500 and has a breadth of experience across a number of asset classes including hotels, student accommodation, offices, BTR, BTS, shopping centres and residential.

Madeleine acts for a number of real estate funds and developers including Long Harbour and Edmond de Rothschild, as well as acting for a range of lenders including the clearing banks and a number of specialised real estate debt funds such as Tyrus Capital and Alpha.

Madeleine has experience of advising on a variety of borrowing structures including limited partnerships, offshore cell companies, limited liability partnerships, JV arrangements and property unit trusts.

She is known for her commercial, "can do" approach, her breadth of knowledge across the real estate finance sector and ability to deliver complex projects on time even when set challenging timeframes.

The key partner is Madeleine Clark. She has led by example and guided her team and co-teams in other jurisdictions to ensure we have the best seamless solutions for our transactions, which have not been easy. She has really showed her ability to stand by the client and help them move forward."

Legal 500
Royal Bank of Scotland

Advised on four new property accessions under an existing £80m revolving credit facility.

Royal Bank of Scotland

Advised on a £61m facility to refinance existing indebtedness of Canadian & Portland Estates plc in relation to a portfolio of properties.

Royal Bank of Scotland

Advised on its loan facilities to Pyros Environmental Limited, for its acquisition of the waste management business of Veolia at Fawley

a UK clearing bank

Advised a £60m funder and subsequently the receivers of a multisite mixed use residential and commercial property portfolio which included the ongoing management of the sites and subsequent realisation