Mr John Strowger > Chapman Tripp > Auckland, New Zealand > Lawyer Profile
Chapman Tripp Offices
23 ALBERT STREET
PO BOX 2206
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Mr John Strowger
Corporate and commercial, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets.
John specialises in corporate, contract and securities law and mergers and acquisitions (M&A). He advises clients on corporatisation and privatisation exercises, including M&A deals and initial public offerings. John has also been at the legal forefront of the development of the private equity investment industry in NZ, and acts for a number of domestic and offshore private equity investors.
Member of the New Zealand Law Society
LLB (Hons), University of Canterbury; Admitted 1987
Lawyer Rankings(Hall of Fame)
Chapman Tripp has one of the largest corporate and commercial practices in New Zealand, and it has long-standing relationships with some of the country’s largest corporate entities including private equity firms, sovereign wealth funds, and a large proportion of companies in the NZX 50. It is recognised as a market leader in both M&A and equity capital markets. Tim Tubman in Auckland leads the corporate practice and co-leads the firm’s China desk. John Strowger is recommended for corporatisation and privatisation exercises, including M&A deals and IPOs. Corporate and securities law expert Roger Wallis, property market ECM and M&A specialist Pip England, Rachel Dunne who is a leading light in equity capital markets work, up-and-coming partners Joshua Pringle and Lauren Curtayne are also central to the Auckland group, as is Nick Letham in Christchurch. Geof Shirtcliffe is the key partner in Wellington.
- Corporate and M&A - New Zealand
- Hall of Fame - New Zealand > Corporate and M&A
- Leading individuals - New Zealand > Corporate and M&A
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Competition law
- Corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution
- Intellectual property
- Investment funds
- Projects and resources management (including environment)
- Real estate and construction
- Restructuring and insolvency