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Stephenson Harwood

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Tom Page

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Stephenson Harwood

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Corporate

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Tom has extensive experience advising on all aspects of corporate finance including capital markets, takeovers and M&A. Clients value Tom's pragmatic and commercial approach and his ability to guide clients smoothly through transactions.

Tom's practice includes advising clients on matters regarding IPOs on the Main Market and AIM, private company M&A including mid and large cap and cross border transactions, public company takeovers, restructuring and joint ventures. 

He has particular experience advising mid-cap investment banks and working on transactions in the pharmaceuticals, restructuring and shipping sectors.


London: Corporate and commercial

Flotations: small and mid-cap

Within: Flotations: small and mid-cap

Stephenson Harwood has a standout capability in funds-related IPOs, secondary fundraisings (by existing listed funds) and other funds-related matters; Alex Haynes acted for Strand Hanson (as NOMAD and broker) in the £55m AIM IPO of Guernsey-incorporated investment fund CIP Merchant Capital. William Saunders, who is another name to note in this area, advised LXI Reit Plc on its £138m Main Market IPO. Outside of funds-related corporate finance, the firm handles a significant number of high-profile AIM transactions for corporate issuers, NOMADs and brokers. Practice head Tom Nicholls advised Macquarie Capital (Europe) Limited as NOMAD and broker on TruFin Plc's £185m AIM admission. Nicholls also acted for Arden Partners Plc as NOMAD and broker to law firm Gordon Dadds in its AIM listing, which followed a reverse takeover. Another key figure is Anthony Clare, who is advising Acacia Pharma Group Plc on its proposed Initial Global Offering and admission to trading on the regulated market of Euronext Brussels. Recently promoted partner Tom Page and senior associate David Dowding are also recommended.

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