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Bridget Marsh

Executive Vice President & Deputy General Counsel

bmarsh@lsta.org / (212) 880-3004

Bridget Marsh is Executive Vice President & Deputy General Counsel of the Loan Syndications and Trading Association (LSTA).  Bridget leads the legal projects for the development and standardization of the LSTA’s documentation.  She is responsible for responding to and addressing secondary loan market trading disruptions and ensuring that the LSTA’s primary market and trading documentation reflects current market practices.

Prior to joining the LSTA, Bridget practiced as a corporate finance attorney at Milbank, New York, and as a lawyer in the Corporate/M&A department of Simmons & Simmons, London, and completed a judicial clerkship for The Honorable Justice Beaumont of the Federal Court of Australia.  She is a Regent of the American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers, a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, and a member of the Practical Law Finance Advisory Board.

Bridget Marsh received a B.A. magna cum laude from Georgetown University, a law degree with first class honors from Sydney Law School, University of Sydney, and a Masters in Political Science from the University of New South Wales.  She is admitted as an attorney in New York, England & Wales, and New South Wales, Australia.

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