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Corporate governance in London

A&O Shearman

A&O Shearman offers clients ‘depth and breadth of knowledge and insight in respect of key changes in corporate governance best practice’ and has recently been handling a number of high-profile issues raised in the media, including shareholder activism, ESG/sustainability matters and corporate compliance. The practice is led by corporate partner Dominic Morris and includes Richard Browne, a key name for governance and disclosure advice, public takeover bids and other transactional matters, and Matthew Townsend, who is a contact for environmental, climate change and regulatory issues. David Broadley is also active on corporate matters, while Claire Coppel is recommended for corporate governance and shareholder activism. At the more junior end of the team, counsels Victoria Rankmore and Kate Astley are noted for their AGM and annual reporting advice.

Responsables de la pratique:

Dominic Morris

Autres avocats clés:

Richard Browne; Paul McCarthy; Kate Astley; Victoria Rankmore; David Broadley; Matthew Townsend; Claire Coppel

Les références

‘The A&O team adds value by advising not only on technical matters, but on how those matters are being interpreted and applied as a matter of best practice by other listed companies.’

‘They are immensely kind and patient in explaining complex matters in easily comprehensible terms.’

‘Extraordinary responsiveness, which we value immensely when we’re experiencing challenging and stressful times and need a quick turnaround.’

Principaux clients



Great Portland Estates

Quilter (formerly Old Mutual Wealth)

Man Group

Principaux dossiers

  • Advising various clients, including Quilter, Direct Line, Man Group, TUI, Moonpig and Great Portland Estates, on AGMs, annual reports and governance arrangements.
  • Advising Quilter on various matters throughout the year including the review of Annual Report and Accounts and AGM Notice of Meeting, the holding of AGM and other General Meetings, and on Listing Rules and MAR obligations, including in relation to the change of Chair of the Board and change of the Group CEO.
  • Advised Checkout on various matters throughout the year including a directors’ duties matter and conflicts of interest across a number of key jurisdictions and the feasibility (from a securities, trust, tax and employment law perspective) of operating of an employee benefit trust, in conjunction with an employee shareplan, for the benefit of employees resident in 27 jurisdictions globally.

Baker McKenzie

Baker McKenzie has a dedicated UK public company advisory practice which services the needs of its high-profile listed clients and is able to draw on strength from practice areas across the firm to handle on a broad range of issues, including ESG matters, compliance, annual general meetings (AGMs), workplace culture, and corporate and transaction-related issues. The team is led by Beatriz Pessoa de Araujo, Helen Bradley and Jo Hewitt, with Araujo drawing on her experience as a corporate lawyer to advise boards and multinational groups on company law, and in particular directors' duties and governance. Bradley is a name for cross-border M&A, and corporate finance and acts for a number of high-profile international banks, while Hewitt is recommended for reporting issues, stakeholder engagement and board-level matters. At the more junior end of the team, senior associates Paul Anderson and Tom Quincey advise on transaction-related governance issues and ongoing reporting matters.

Responsables de la pratique:

Beatriz Araujo; Helen Bradley; Jo Hewitt

Autres avocats clés:

Paul Anderson; Tom Quincey; James Thompson

Les références

‘Responsive and tailored advice.’

‘Helen Bradley understands our business and needs and is highly responsive.’

‘The team regularly advise us and understand our business and the individuals extremely well, and continue to make efforts to do so as we evolve.’

Principaux clients



BP plc

Jones Lang LaSalle Inc

Natura Group – The Body Shop/aesop


Bank of China


Yum! Brands, Inc.

Neutron Holdings, Inc.

L’Oreal (UK) Limited

Westinghouse Electric Company

TBC Bank Group PLC

Willis Towers Watson



IP Group PLC

ofi Group Limited

Spirax Sarco Engineering PLC

RAK Petroleum PLC


Haleon Plc

DS Smith Plc

The Takeover Panel

Physitrack Plc

SThree Plc

Georgia Capital Plc

Bank of Georgia Plc

Me Group Plc

Zebra Technologies Inc

Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund

Clifford Chance LLP

Clifford Chance LLP acts for top domestic and international banks and corporations on the full gamut of corporate governance issues, including ESG, regulatory, compliance, risk management, strategic boardroom issues and climate change matters. The team is jointly led by David Pudge and Luke Tolaini, with Pudge handling transaction-related issues and board-level matters, and Tolaini recommended for corporate crises and investigations, with a focus on the extractive, tech, pharmaceutical and finance sectors. Steven Fox is experienced in advising boards and general counsel on compliance and governance matters, while Richard Crosby advises on directors duties’, shareholder activism, AGMs and disclosures. Rae Lindsay is another key practitioner, who focuses on disputes, ESG and issues relating to human rights and Alanna Hunter, who was promoted to partner in May 2022, is another name for corporate governance, market abuse regulation and listing rule disclosures.

Responsables de la pratique:

David Pudge; Luke Tolaini

Autres avocats clés:

Steven Fox; Alanna Hunter; Rae Lindsay; Richard Crosby; Kate Norgett; David Alfrey

Les références

‘Highly skilled lawyers, develop tailored strategies and offer practical, business-oriented advice.’

‘David Alfrey has a deep understanding of his respective practice area and stays updated on the latest legal developments.’

‘David Alfrey navigated us through complex legal issues effectively and provided valuable advice and contact with further partners that would help us. Communication with him is very effective, I have not lost a minute.’

Principaux clients



Baltic Classifieds

C&C Group






Harbour Energy



Intermediate Capital Group

Jupiter Fund Management


Pharos Energy


Vanquis Banking Group

Wizz Air

Principaux dossiers

  • Advised HSBC Holdings plc on a full range of corporate governance and corporate advisory issues in the last year.
  • Advising Nielsen on all of the UK aspects (including corporate governance and directors’ duties) in relation to its $16bn takeover by a private equity consortium led by Elliott Investment Management L.P., Brookfield Capital Partners LLC, GIC and The WindAcre Partnership, which was initially opposed by Nielsen’s largest shareholder.

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

The corporate governance advisory team at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP is led by Gareth Sykes, who was promoted to partner in May 2023, and offers clients ‘exceptional depth and breadth of knowledge, with practical as well as technical understanding’. It acts for a broad range of FTSE 100, FTSE 250 and AIM-listed clients on AGMs, regulatory matters, board-level issues, compliance and ESG matters. Sykes advises listed and private companies on corporate law and governance issues, including reporting matters, continuing obligations under the Listing Rules, and shareholder meetings and directors’ duties. James Palmer and Ben Ward are also key practitioners, while Paul Ellerman handles employment-related matters, such as remuneration and incentives and associate Caroline Hagg deals with annual and climate reports.

Responsables de la pratique:

Gareth Sykes

Autres avocats clés:

James Palmer; Robert Moore; Paul Ellerman; Ben Ward; Caroline Hagg

Les références

‘Their support for the corporate governance industry is second to none, be it through regular briefings as issues develop or updates occur, or whole-day seminars to provide updates on things we should be thinking about.’

‘Very responsive to queries with knowledgeable and commercial advice.’

‘Gareth Sykes is industry leading in his corporate governance knowledge and expertise, as well as being a pleasure to deal with.’

Principaux clients

Airtel Africa

Associated British Foods

British American Tobacco



Johnson Matthey

Kin + Carta

N Brown Group



PZ Cussons


Severn Trent

The Unite Group

WH Smith

Principaux dossiers

  • Assisting N Brown Group plc with a review of its corporate governance arrangements following its move from the main market to AIM.
  • Assisted Associated British Foods plc on its £500m on market share buyback programme.
  • Advising a large number of listed companies (FTSE 100, FTSE 250, FTSE Small Cap and AIM) including Associated British Foods, British American Tobacco, Hiscox, Jet2, Renishaw, the Unite Group, WH Smith and Wickes on a range of corporate governance issues including corporate reporting requirements, annual general meetings, continuing obligations under the listing regime and day-to-day corporate governance issues.

Linklaters LLP

Linklaters LLP acts for top-tier multinational clients on a range of governance and ESG matters and has recently been handling a large number of ESG and sustainability-linked loans and financings for high-profile banks. It draws on a range of practice areas to handle regulatory, human rights, governance and risk management issues. Vanessa Havard-Williams heads the practice and is a key contact for environmental and climate change matters, while Alexandra Beidas is recommended for remuneration matters, ESG and diversity issues. Other key contacts include Rachel Barrett, who also deals with ESG, Tom Cassels, who handles crisis and reputation management, Raza Naeem, who advises on regulatory and governance matters in the finance sector, and managing associate Aileen Buchanan, who is experienced in matters of disclosure.

Responsables de la pratique:

Vanessa Havard-Williams

Autres avocats clés:

Rachel Barrett; Alexandra Beidas; Tom Cassels; Aileen Buchanan; Raza Naeem

Les références

‘The Linklaters team has a practical approach and depth of experience, supporting corporate governance from the boardroom through to operational level across organisations. In my experience, they work closely with their clients, bringing in expertise where it’s needed. They are responsive and sensitive in dealing with delicate issues.’

‘Vanessa Havard-Williams is a highly experienced lawyer with experience in corporate governance, particularly as this relates to ESG.’

‘Extremely well organised and a pleasure to work with.’

Principaux clients




Various mining industry companies

Syngenta Group (HK) Holdings Company Limited

Various asset managers (names are confidential)

Republic of Chile

Banco do Brasil




Goldman Sachs Asset Management


Principaux dossiers

  • Advising IETA in relation to the development of global market standard trading documentation for both the primary and the secondary carbon markets, together with a market guidance document for use with the draft forms of trading documentation.
  • Undertook a detailed review of Unilever’s ESG-related disclosures and advised on incoming EU, UK and US ESG regulations, climate litigation and other ESG matters.


The cross-practice governance group at RPC is led by Patrick Brodie, Jeremy Drew and Matthew Griffith and advises on a range of issues, from board-level matters to remuneration policies, regulatory issues, data protection and diversity. It has a strong investigations practice which advises on high-profile contentious issues and related governance matters and is particularly strong in financial crime. Brodie is recommended for reputation management and regulatory governance, Drew deals with governance, culture and conduct issues, and Griffith is a name for regulatory and post-Brexit issues with a focus on the insurance and financial services sectors. Sam Tate is a contact for white-collar crime and anti-bribery and anti-money laundering initiatives, while Karen Hendy advises on corporate governance, directors’ duties and AGM matters.

Responsables de la pratique:

Patrick Brodie; Jeremy Drew; Matthew Griffith

Autres avocats clés:

William Hogarth; Karen Hendy

Les références

‘This firm has advanced hugely over the last few years to become one of the go to firms in the country for corporate governance, corporate and economic crime and defamation. A mid-sized but accessible firm that never fails to produce the goods.’

‘The team had previous experience in implementing an anti-corruption compliance programs at a multinational. This experience was invaluable in resolving the practicalities of rolling out our third party risk management process framework. They also understood the technology aspect through their previous experience in working for a due diligence service provider. They were able to utilize their previous experience to design a best in class TPRM process.’

‘Sam Tate has literally written the book on anti-corruption (UK Bribery Act) because of his vast experience in the field of anti-corruption compliance. I could not have found a better partner to help steer this project. His hands on approach and also his pragmatic resolution of issues helped us to successfully launch our TPRM process in a timely manner.’

Principaux clients

Fraser Group (previously Sports Direct)

Federal Republic of Nigeria

Dialog Semiconductor Plc

Ceres Power Holdings Plc

Egon Zehnder



The Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia

Studio Retail Limited

Beat Capital Partners Limited

Flannels Limited

England Lacrosse

Principaux dossiers

  • Acting for the diplomat of a Gulf state in a Supreme Court case (Basfar -v- Wong, UKSC) that related to human trafficking and diplomatic immunity.
  • Representing the Federal Republic of Nigeria (FRN) in its claim against JP Morgan (JPM), arising out of the bank’s role in transferring $875m to a company, Malabu Oil & Gas Limited.
  • Acting for Newcastle United Football Club (NUFC) in respect of one of HMRC’s most high-profile criminal investigations into suspected non-payment of Income Tax, NI Contributions and VAT in respect of agents’ fees paid by NUFC in relation to the transfer of players.

Travers Smith LLP

The ‘outstanding’ and dedicated team at Travers Smith LLP handles a broad range of governance, risk management and compliance matters under the leadership of Doug Bryden and Neal Watson. It acts for blue-chip clients and draws on strength from the firm’s corporate, disputes, commercial, employment and regulatory departments to provide a holistic approach to governance issues. Bryden is a contact for bribery and corruption, corporate crime, human rights and ethical investments, while Watson handles corporate and board-level issues. Senior consultant Simon Witney focuses on regulatory, transactional and fund formation mandates and at the more junior end of the team, associate Laura Smyth advises on governance and corporate crime matters in the banking, retail and private equity sectors, and senior counsel Aisling Arthur deals with market abuse and compliance issues.

Responsables de la pratique:

Doug Bryden; Neal Watson

Autres avocats clés:

Simon Witney; Jon Reddington; Laura Smyth; Aisling Arthur

Les références

‘Approachable, friendly, unstuffy (in comparison to other firms) and keen to invest in (in terms of deepening knowledge of) client companies.’

‘Collaborative with highly relevant corporate governance updates. Responsive and does not go beyond the brief.’

‘The team I deal with on a day-to-day basis are approachable, responsive, professional and extremely knowledgeable.’

Principaux clients

Advent Ltd


SSP Group plc

Hostelworld Group plc

Noble Corporation plc

Camellia plc

S4 Capital plc

Porvair plc

Smithson Investment Trust plc

Safestore Holdings plc

Mears Group Plc

Breedon Group plc

Shepherd Neame Limited

Pets at Home Group plc

Auction Technology Group plc

Principaux dossiers

  • Undertook a ‘root-and-branch’ review of Omnipresent’s policies and procedures on corporate governance, anti-bribery and corruption, etc.
  • Advising multiple publicly quoted clients, such as SSP Group plc, Hostelworld Group plc, Auction Technology Group plc, Foresight Group Holdings Limited, Safestore Holdings plc and S4 Capital plc on governance and disclosure issues, including advising on annual reports and notices of annual general meetings, UK Corporate Governance Code disclosures and Section 172 statements, stakeholder engagement issues and remuneration policies/reports.
  • Advising large multi-strategy alternative asset managers on ESG and good governance.

Addleshaw Goddard

Professional, calm, pleasant and diplomatic’, the governance and compliance team at Addleshaw Goddard is fully embedded in its corporate practice and is particularly active in the financial services sector. Key areas of focus include ESG, audit reporting, AGMs, market abuse, remuneration and board issues and the team acts for FTSE 100 and FTSE 250-listed companies, and high-profile banks. Jaya Gupta  is a key practitioner with over 28 years’ experience in corporate law and advises on regulatory issues relating to transactions, while Ben Koehne advises on constitutional, corporate governance, strategic and regulatory matters. Managing associate Richard Preston focuses on governance and compliance, and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and stock exchange-related regulatory matters; James Greig joined from an in-house role at Barclays in October 2022 and brings strong financial services regulatory expertise to the team.

Responsables de la pratique:

Jaya Gupta; Ben Koehne; Nichola Peters; Jonathan Fletcher Rogers; Erin Shoesmith; Michelle Headrige

Autres avocats clés:

Richard Preston; Jack Edwards; James Greig

Les références

‘Approachable, knowledgeable and accessible.’

‘Addleshaw Goddard have provided us with an exceptional service as a law firm on a number of large, complex projects which have involved providing high-quality expert advice in a number of areas and required industry knowledge and a commercial approach.’

‘The lawyers we have dealt with are of a very high calibre, and they are very capable and resourced in all key areas.’

Principaux clients


International Personal Finance

Morgan Advanced Materials

Rathbones Group

Reclaim Fund

Rio Tinto

Principaux dossiers

  • Advised 10 of the UK’s largest high street banking providers on the creation and launch of Cash Access UK Limited, a new joint venture designed to enable consumers and small businesses to access cash, deposit and basic banking services where they are needed across the UK, including via shared “banking hubs”.
  • Advised a leading stock exchange on various confidential governance-related matters during the year.
  • Supported a broad range of main market listed companies, AIM quoted companies and building societies with their year-end reporting and AGMs.


Exceptionally strong on governance and corporate advice for listed companies’, Ashurst offers clients advice on governance, compliance, ESG, pensions, corporate crime, investigations and board-level issues. The team is led by Will Chalk and Anna-Marie Slot, with Chalk acting for private, listed and AIM companies on reporting, stakeholder engagement, directors’ duties and financial compliance, and Slot, who is based in London and Hong Kong, being a name for ESG and debt capital markets matters. Eleanor Reeves advises on environment and safety issues, Ruby Hamid is a name for corporate crime and investigations, as well as related governance matters, Lorraine Johnston is a contact for financial services regulatory matters, and Rhiannon Webster heads the firm’s UK data privacy and cybersecurity practice.

Responsables de la pratique:

Will Chalk; Anna-Marie Slot

Autres avocats clés:

Rhiannon Webster; Florian Drinhausen; Eleanor Reeves; Lorraine Johnston; Ruby Hamid; Tom Mercer

Les références

‘This team is exceptionally strong on governance and corporate advice for listed companies – they are exceptional at horizon scanning and have insights from the regulator and other bodies where laws are made and codes/governance is drafted.’

‘Clear and pragmatic advice and peer insight is what puts Ashurst’s corporate team out in front of the pack.’

‘Will Chalk is an exceptional communicator and industry expert who makes the time to listen, learn and build relationships.’

Principaux clients




British Land

Peel Hunt

Oxford Instruments


Peel Hunt





National Express













GB Group





Principaux dossiers

  • Advising various listed companies on their response to cybersecurity incidents, including ransomware, and others on cyber resilience frameworks.
  • Advising on 30-35 individual AGMs and approximately 20 individual annual reports for various public companies including Halma, British Land, Intermediate Capital Group, Oxford Instruments, Carnival Corp & plc, Dialight and Persimmon.
  • Advising numerous listed companies on board disputes, board governance and other issues, including succession planning, as well as ESG-related governance and compliance frameworks.


The corporate governance team at Dentons is led by Richard Barham and Katherine Harle and is well placed to handle cross-border matters by virtue of its large global network and often advises large multinational clients on regulatory and governance matters, drawing on strength from its data privacy, employment, tax and regulatory practitioners. Barham is a corporate lawyer who handles transactional matters, shareholder and board processes, and governance issues, while Harle handles compliance, regulatory matters and interactions with regulators such as the FCA and Serious Fraud Office (SFO). Sarah Beeby advises on employment law and Dan Lund deals with sanctions, bribery and corruption and fraud. The team was bolstered in January 2023, with the arrival of James Vernon from Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP.

Responsables de la pratique:

Katharine Harle; Richard Barham

Autres avocats clés:

Dan Lund; James Vernon; Sara Beeby

Principaux clients

National Bank of Egypt UK Limited


Dye & Durham

Development Bank of Ghana

Dignity Health investment

National House Building Council (NHBC)

Principaux dossiers

  • Acting as company secretary for the National Bank of Egypt UK Limited, including attending all board meetings, steering committee meetings and meetings of the audit and risk committee meetings – approximately 16 meetings per annum.
  • Reviewed ING Bank’s existing anti-bribery and corruption (ABC) training, provided to a cross-section of its employees.
  • Advised TSX- listed Dye & Durham, a leading provider of cloud-based software and technology solutions to the legal industry, on its proposed c.$2.5bn acquisition of the Link Group (ASX listed) and its foreign subsidiaries located in various jurisdictions.

Hogan Lovells International LLP

Hogan Lovells International LLP advises on a broad range of contentious and non-contentious governance matters, acting for companies and their directors and shareholders on compliance, risk management, investigations, transactions, disputes and enforcement. The team is also well-regarded for its expertise in M&A-related governance matters, ESG and shareholder activism, with a focus on the consumer, industrial, tech and fintech sectors. John Livesey joined from Linklaters LLP in September 2022 and Alastair Young joined from Bracewell (UK) LLP in April 2023; both bring strong corporate expertise to the team. Former practice head Patrick Sarch left the firm in February 2024.

Autres avocats clés:

John Livesey; Alastair Young

Principaux clients

Shaftesbury PLC

Cignpost Diagnostics


The Crown Estate


The Gambling Commission


Global Ports Holding

Principaux dossiers

  • Advised FTSE-250 listed Shaftesbury PLC and its Board on its recommended £5bn all-share merger with fellow FTSE-250 listed Capital & Counties Properties PLC.
  • Advised BAT and JSC CB PrivatBank amongst others on major litigation relating to corporate governance issues, where the size and/or nature of the claims were very material, the legal issues were complex, and their resolutions set new precedents.
  • Advised various investors, including Gatemore Capital, and issuers on contested corporate governance matters, such as requisitioned meetings, board changes, strategic reviews, short selling attacks, and more.

Norton Rose Fulbright

Norton Rose Fulbright acts for high-profile corporate and financial services clients on disclosure, reporting obligations, shareholder issues and board-level matters, and often handles governance work stemming from its corporate investigations practice. Jon Perry and David Harris head the team, with Perry handling a range of corporate-related governance matters in the commodities, mining and financial services sectors, and Harris being a name for contentious financial services matters and cross-border investigations. Claire O’Donnell advises on transactional matters, and governance and business ethics, Jonathan Herbst handles financial regulatory and anti-corruption matters, and Katie Stephen is a name for money laundering, investigations and enforcement issues. In January 2023, Stuart Neely and Matthew Gregory were promoted to partner; Neely offers expertise in human rights and modern slavery issues, while Gregory is another name for financial services regulatory issues.

Responsables de la pratique:

Jon Perry; David Harris

Autres avocats clés:

Claire O’Donnell; Jonathan Herbst; Stuart Neely; Matthew Gregory; Katie Stephen

Les références

‘Work is distributed at the right level.’

Principaux clients


British International Investment


Civitas Social Housing

Ecora plc

Global Partnership for Ethiopia B.V.





Safaricom PLC

Secure Trust Bank

Sumitomo Corporation

Thomson Reuters Founders Share Company

Vodacom Group Limited

VodaFamily Ethiopia Holding Company Limited

Vodafone Group Plc

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLP

Corporate heavyweight Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLP advises on the governance aspects of high-profile domestic and international M&A deals, as well as providing strategic advice to boards of directors, and advice around corporate disclosure, activism and listing issues. George Knighton heads the team and is well versed in advising on public and private M&A, as well as private equity transactions and governance issues. Scott Hopkins is strong in cross-border deals, regulatory responsibilities, and directors’ duties and liability issues, while Simon Toms, another corporate practitioner, is experienced in the tech, fintech, media and telecoms sectors. Elizabeth Robertson is a contact for white-collar crime and investigations.

Responsables de la pratique:

George Knighton

Autres avocats clés:

Louise Batty; Scott Hopkins; Simon Toms; Elizabeth Robertson

Principaux clients

ASDA Group Limited/ Bellis Acquisition Company

FREYR Battery


EG Group

Janus Henderson plc

DWF Group plc

Phoenix Group Holdings

Nokia Corporation

MJ Gleeson plc

Borr Drilling Limited

DRD Gold Limited

ASML Holding N.V.

Kenon Holdings Ltd

Adevinta AS

Atlantica Sustainable Infrastructure plc

Principaux dossiers

  • Acting as regular adviser to ASDA Group Limited regarding day-to-day corporate governance arrangements, in addition to advising on its most recent transaction: its $510m acquisition of 132 petrol filling stations from Co-operative Group Limited.
  • Advising a FTSE100 company on corporate governance and corporate defence.
  • Advising DWF Group plc in connection with the day-to-day operation of its share plan and remuneration arrangements, including in relation to UK corporate governance, regulatory and reporting requirements, and senior personnel matters.

Squire Patton Boggs

Led by London’s Jane Haxby and Hannah Kendrick in Leeds, the corporate governance team at Squire Patton Boggs acts for listed and private companies, funds, professional bodies and associations on governance issues, reporting obligations, compliance, boardroom matters and corporate strategy and is seeing an increasing number of mandates pertaining to ESG issues. Managing partner Haxby is a name for governance issues relating to corporate M&A deals and IPOs, while Kendrick deals with governance and regulatory issues and is a member of the Regional Advisory Group of the London Stock Exchange. Jonathan Chibafa is recommended for ESG compliance and supply chain risk management, as well as anti-bribery and corruption issues. Lucy Webster joined from Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP in September 2022 and brings expertise in climate change and environmental issues.

Responsables de la pratique:

Jane Haxby; Hannah Kendrick

Autres avocats clés:

Jonathan Chibafa; Lucy Webster

Principaux clients

MISC Berhad

Hurricane Energy plc

Animalcare Group plc

Xeros Technology Group plc

Applied Graphene Materials plc

GB Group plc

Metals Exploration plc

Kooth plc

Enwell Energy plc

Coats Group Plc

Grafton Group Plc

Homeserve Plc

Polypipe Group Plc

Live Nation Entertainment

Lucite International

Ricardo Plc

Principaux dossiers

  • Advising a plastics products manufacturer on environmental claims for a proposed new line of products in relation to biodegradability, end of life instructions, comparisons and claims about environmental impacts.
  • Acted for MISC Berhad on the syndicated loan facility in relation to six new build Very Large Ethane Carriers (the “VLECs”) and the long-term time chartering of the VLECs to Zhejiang Satellite Petrochemical Co. Ltd with the facility containing both environmental and governance key performance indicators (KPIs)