Fiona Bantock > Hogan Lovells International LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Hogan Lovells International LLP

Work Department

Employee Share Schemes & Incentive




Fiona Bantock has a unique practice spanning corporate tax, individual tax, employee benefits, and executive compensation. Working closely alongside Hogan Lovells’ specialist transfer pricing and valuation team enables Fiona to provide both UK and international clients with a one-stop-shop for all tax and structuring aspects of complex private equity transactions and employee incentives.

Fiona advises across the whole employee incentive spectrum from bespoke management equity planning for private equity and venture capital clients to domestic and multi-national employee share plans. Her employee incentive advice is underpinned by her broad transactional experience in both an M&A and private equity context.


English, Spanish, French


Law Society of England and Wales
Share Plan Lawyers
Global Equity Organization


LPC, BPP University Law School, 2004
Pg.D.L., BPP University Law School, 2003
M.A., University of Cambridge, 2001

Lawyer Rankings

London > Corporate and commercial > Corporate tax

Hogan Lovells International LLP offers multi-jurisdictional support for corporations working globally, including full service transfer pricing capability. The department operates across all industry sectors, including real estate, pharmaceutical, infrastructure, and financial institutions. Elliot Weston leads the practice, and advises clients on tax elements of real estate transactions, and tax dispute resolution matters. Karen Hughes is global co-head of tax, with a practice which includes business restructurings, M&A and international tax planning. Fiona Bantock advises on employee incentives. Senior Associate Christopher Hyde is also noted.

London > Employment > Employee share schemes

Under the leadership of tax and incentives expert Fiona Bantock, the employee benefits team at Hogan Lovells International LLP advises a wide range of clients, from tech start-ups to large multinational companies, on share plans and compensation packages. The practice also benefits from the expertise of Paul Randall, the chairman of the Corporate and Regulatory Committee of the Share Plan Lawyers Organisation, who draws on more than 30 years of experience in advising on the corporate, tax and regulatory aspects of domestic and international share schemes.