Mr Tim Tubman > Chapman Tripp > Auckland, New Zealand > Lawyer Profile
Chapman Tripp Offices
23 ALBERT STREET
PO BOX 2206
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Mr Tim Tubman
Corporate and commercial, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets.
Tim is a specialist corporate lawyer with particular expertise in mergers & acquisitions and capital markets transactions. He advises international and domestic clients on M&A, takeovers, schemes of arrangement and IPOs. Tim’s clients include private equity funds, listed and unlisted corporates and overseas investors. He is the head of the National Corporate team, co-heads the Chapman Tripp China Desk, and is a former board member of the NZ Private Equity & Venture Capital Association.
Tim is a board member of the New Zealand Private Equity & Venture Capital Association and a member of the New Zealand Law Society
BCom, LLB (Hons), University of Auckland; Admitted 1999
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
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.
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