Hannah Geddes is an associate in Brown Rudnick’s Special Situations and Trading Group, practicing in the firm’s London office.

Hannah has broad experience reviewing European and New York credit agreements and related documentation for clients in relation to primary deals, secondary trades and CLO deals. She also advises on further issues that may arise or considerations that should be investigated relating to these deals including regulatory and trading issues. Hannah has a background of dealing with, amongst others, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Austrian and Polish jurisdictional issues and has experience of working closely with local counsel in other jurisdictions. Hannah has represented hedge funds, investment banks, broker dealers and other financial institutions on the purchase and sale of syndicated loans and distressed assets, including cross-border loan trading transactions (both distressed and par).

Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Hannah was an associate at Richards Kibbe & Orbe where she practiced in the firm’s Corporate & Finance Transactions group, primarily in the distressed debt and claims trading practice area.


Kaplan Law School, Legal Practice Course – 2011
BPP Law School, Graduate Diploma in Law – 2010
University of St Andrews, M.A., International Relations and Modern History – 2009

Bar Admissions

England & Wales