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Jon Harris

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Pinsent Masons LLP


Jon is a partner who specialises in advising public and private companies, entrepreneurs and investment banks on public takeovers, mergers and acquisitions, disposals, reverse takeovers, joint ventures, corporate restructurings and reorganisations, IPOs and secondary issues (including rights issues, placings and open offers). Independently recognised for his responsiveness, thoroughness and firm technical grasp, in the last two years Jon has advised on UK and multi-jurisdictional transactions worth over £1 billion. He is a regular speaker on public takeovers.


Bristol University (LLB (Hons)).

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