Kevin King > PwC LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

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Work Department

Corporate; Financial services.


Kevin is a corporate partner specialising in engagements in the financial services sector.

Kevin has extensive experience advising large multinational financial services clients and other organisations on complex structuring, compliance and corporate transformational projects, frequently leading multidisciplinary teams of professionals on cross-border engagements.

He works closely with global PwC tax, regulatory, accounting and other specialists to provide a combined offering – ensuring that reorganisation projects are implemented taking account of tax and regulatory considerations, and in accordance with their commercial objectives, across all relevant jurisdictions.

Kevin’s recent experience includes advising on several Part VII transfers in the banking sector. He has also advised on several large Brexit restructurings, including an 11 market restructuring of an EEA passported bank. Kevin recently supported an Asian bank on its wind down and transfer of its UK business. Kevin has led the legal work on several Part VII transfers under FSMA 2000 and has worked on several strategy projects advising large global banking and insurance broking clients on their European and global group structures and business models. He also advises clients on regulatory capital issuance.

Kevin joined from KPMG where he built up the legal practice in financial services. He previously worked at Skadden and Slaughter and May.


Kevin joined PwC from KPMG where he built up the legal practice in financial services.  He previously worked at Skadden and Slaughter and May.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Corporate and commercial > International business reorganisations

PwC LLP’s practice sits within the firm’s global department, which excels in high-profile carve outs, separations, spin projects and post-deal integration work; the group recently acted for Colfax on the separation of its medical technology business and fabrication technology business into two public companies. The team also has distinct knowledge in specialist areas including providing an IP and operating model offering, which is led by Latika Sharma, and standalone financial services and energy teams led by Kevin King and Keith Bottomley respectively. Georgie Blyth and Cynthia Chan jointly lead the wider business reorganisations practice, which also fields Tom Lewis, who is a key contact for pharmaceuticals, life sciences and Japanese clients; Laura Freestone, who focuses on entity simplification projects; and newly promoted director Harry Wilkins, who specialises in structuring projects.