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Cameron Roper is a special finance counsel in the Corporate Department and a member of the Private Credit Group (working closely with the Private Funds…

Cameron Roper is a special finance counsel in the Corporate Department and a member of the Private Credit Group (working closely with the Private Funds Group).

Cameron specializes in funds finance and general lending and advisory work, acting for both fund managers and financial institutions. He has been involved in transactions involving net asset value (NAV) facilities, hybrid facilities and subscription line facilities, as well as bridging, acquisition and margin loan facilities. He has also advised on general partner, manager and co-investment facilities. His experience covers a wide range of funds, including credit, infrastructure, real estate, large buyout and mid-market funds, venture funds, fund of funds and emerging market funds.

Cameron was praised in The Legal 500 (2018) for his "commercial approach and problem solving skills."

Cameron received his Bachelor of Laws (with Honors) from the University of Western Australia and his Master of Banking and Finance Law from the University of Melbourne.

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For private investment funds with limited or no remaining uncalled commitments, net asset value (NAV) and hybrid credit facilities can provide a useful source of liquidity to support underperforming assets or allow funds to engage in opportunistic acquisitions. These types of facilities are receiving renewed attention for funds seeking liquidity in light of the uncertainty created by the COVID-19 global pandemic. However, in the case of NAV or hybrid credit facilities that were put in place prior to the onset of the pandemic, more recent valuation reporting has created challenges for some funds in complying with the financial covenants under…

About

Cameron Roper is a special finance counsel in the Corporate Department and a member of the Private Credit Group (working closely with the Private Funds…

Cameron Roper is a special finance counsel in the Corporate Department and a member of the Private Credit Group (working closely with the Private Funds Group).

Cameron specializes in funds finance and general lending and advisory work, acting for both fund managers and financial institutions. He has been involved in transactions involving net asset value (NAV) facilities, hybrid facilities and subscription line facilities, as well as bridging, acquisition and margin loan facilities. He has also advised on general partner, manager and co-investment facilities. His experience covers a wide range of funds, including credit, infrastructure, real estate, large buyout and mid-market funds, venture funds, fund of funds and emerging market funds.

Cameron was praised in The Legal 500 (2018) for his "commercial approach and problem solving skills."

Cameron received his Bachelor of Laws (with Honors) from the University of Western Australia and his Master of Banking and Finance Law from the University of Melbourne.