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Addleshaw Goddard

CORNERSTONE, 107 WEST REGENT STREET, GLASGOW, G2 2BA, SCOTLAND
Tel:
Work 0141 249 6199
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Web:
www.addleshawgoddard.com

Anna Brown

Tel:
Work 0141 574 2363
Email:
Web:
www.addleshawgoddard.co/en/our-people/b/anna-brown/
Addleshaw Goddard

Work Department

Corporate

Position

Anna has over 25 years experience acting for a broad range of corporate clients from small technology start-ups to large listed plcs across a broad range of sectors. These include biotech, software and other technologies, energy, infrastructure and real estate, financial service and leisure. Anna undertakes a wide range of corporate transactions including mergers and acquisitions, equity funding for businesses, joint ventures, reorganisations and reconstructions. She has particular expertise and has a long track record of successfully floating companies on AIM and the Main Market, secondary fundraisings on market as well as takeovers and schemes of arrangements to take companies private again.
Her pragmatic, solutions driven advice is highly valued by clients.
Anna is noted by Chambers as "renowned for her work in the infrastructure and technology sectors. She advises several prominent clients in the technology sector on a range of corporate matters".

Career

Trained at McGrigor Donald; qualified 1990; Partner McGrigors 1997; Partner Pinsent Masons 2012 (following merger with McGrigors); Partner HBJ Gateley 2016 to date (now Addleshaw Goddard following merger with Addleshaw Goddard 2017)

Member

Law Society of Scotland

Education

University of Strathclyde, LLB Hons; Dip LP

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