"Alex Dell is a unique partner of great talent, always willing to go the extra mile to solve challenges."

Praised for his "technical insight combined with commercial pragmatism, makes Alex ideal and a pleasure to work with." He has "a depth of knowledge and experience to meet the sophisticated needs of large corporates."

"Alex Dell has a good level of pragmatism as to what is valuable to explore and what is not."

Legal 500


Clients value Alex Dell's extensive experience in multi-jurisdictional receivables financing programs and ABL transactions. Alex advises on a range of true sale issues as well as borrowing base techniques, both from a lender and borrower perspective. He also has an in-depth knowledge of off-balance sheet considerations. He advises clients on inventory monetization structures, payables finance, fintech platforms, bill discounting and floorplanning. 

Alex represents some of the world's largest banks, credit funds and alternative credit providers, borrowers, mainstream and alternative lenders, sponsors, and leading financial institutions and companies. Alex is highly regarded in the industry for his exceptional track record, which has earned him recognition as a leading ABL and receivables financing lawyer in the UK. 


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Acted for:

  • Citibank in relation to a $5 billion global receivables programme  in favour of IBM group of companies including a $400,000,000 investment by Blackstone into the capital structure.
  • Stemcor group of companies in relation to a $960 million refinance of the group's capital structure.
  • Barclays Bank Plc, as arranger, agent and lender in a $357.5 million senior secured asset-based revolving credit facility made available to Aurelius to support the purchase of McKesson Corporation's UK business.
  • JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., as arranger, agent and lender, in a $7 billion capital structure including a USD 4,000,000,000 cross-border syndicated asset-based lending transaction made available to Platinum Equity to support the purchase of Ingram Micro group of companies, a leading global information technology provider.
  • TPG in relation to $80 million ABL facilities for Revlon group of companies in USA, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, France and Spain.
  • Macquarie Bank International, as lead financier, in connection with a €200 million Bills of Exchange discounting programme entered into with Apple Distribution International.
  • Deutsche Bank on a €250 million off-balance sheet cross-border receivables purchase facility relating to receivables originated by members of the British American Tobacco group located in Belgium, Luxembourg, South Korea and Australia.
  • Banco Santander in relation to a $3 billion global receivables programme in favour of IBM group of companies.


University of Leicester, LLB (Hons) Law


  • England und Wales
  • Leading individual for Asset Based Lending — Legal 500)
  • "Unrivalled in-depth knowledge of the ABL market" — Legal 500
  • "Alex Dell has a good level of pragmatism as to what is valuable to explore and what is not" — Legal 500: Banking Lending: Investment Grade Debt and Syndicated Loans
  • "Has a fantastic reputation in the market" — Legal 500
  • "Commercial and pragmatic" — Legal 500
  • "[Alex has the gift of] clarity of communication, making legal issues clear and offering understandable advice" — Legal 500
  • Alex is recognised by the Asset Based Finance Association in the UK and the Commercial Finance Association in the US as being a leading lawyer in the UK market