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Mishcon de Reya LLP

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Saul Sender

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Saul is a corporate finance partner handling complex cross-border transactions. His practice covers a broad spread of areas, including equity capital markets, general corporate, public and private M&A and joint ventures. He has advised on a number of UK and cross-border transactions in a wide range of sectors, including minerals and mining, clean-tech, advertising, software, life sciences and consumer products. Saul has particular experience advising international businesses raising money in London and European markets and in a wide range of transactions in the metals and mining sector. These range from negotiating project development agreements in Sub-Saharan Africa to leading multi-billion dollar M&A transactions with mining majors. He also regularly advises companies on international joint ventures, particularly in the retail or franchise industries.


Trained Allen & Overy; qualified 1998; partner Reed Smith 2007; partner Mishcon de Reya 2011.


Oxford University.

London: Corporate and commercial

Flotations: small and mid-cap

Within: Flotations: small and mid-cap

Mishcon de Reya combines traditional strengths in private client and a growing reputation in the corporate space to act for a mix of clients that includes private equity houses, entrepreneurs and NOMADS. African Eagle Resources and Fastjet are clients, and practice head Saul Sender and associate Shantanu Sinha are key contacts.

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M&A: mid-market, £50m-£250m

Within: M&A: mid-market, £50m-£250m

Mishcon de Reya’s strength in private equity and personal wealth was once again in evidence, with Saul Sender advising Al Mirqab Capital on its $1.5bn takeover of Heritage Oil. The team also featured in sectors such as media and online gaming, as exemplified by Susan Breen acting for Intertain on its £425m acquisition of the Jackpotjoy business. Nick Davis heads the practice, and Andrew Rimmington is strongly recommended.

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