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Alex Lewis

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Baker McKenzie LLP

Position

Alex Lewis is a partner in Baker McKenzie’s Private Equity & Funds group, based in London. Alex advises private equity houses and other financial investors on a wide range of domestic and international private equity transactions, including buyouts, joint ventures, minority investments and exits.

Career

Admitted to England & Wales - United Kingdom (2004)

Languages

English


London: Corporate and commercial

Private equity: transactions

Within: Private equity: transactions

Baker McKenzie's 'supremely knowledgeable' global practice head¬†David Allen¬†provides 'a wealth of insightful and well-balanced commercial counsel'. Also praised by clients is 'knowledgeable and responsive' associate¬†James Adams. The firm had a strong 2017 on the deals front, generating work across a wide range of industries, including life sciences, TMT, energy and natural resources, financial institutions, and consumer and retail. It was particularly active in handling deals for Bain Capital; one of the highlights involved Allen (and practitioners from other European offices) advising the client on the sale of the Polish business of one of the client's portfolio companies, Autodis group, to LKQ Corporation. In another matter,¬†Alex Lewis¬†was part of the team which advised Bain Capital on the proposed acquisition, though portfolio company Diversey, of Zenith Hygiene Group Plc. Elsewhere,¬†Tim Sheddick¬†and others assisted Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund III with the ‚ā¨1.3bn sale of its interest in Kastrup Airports Parent ApS to Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan. Other active clients include CVC, Nordic Capital, Apax and Bluegem Capital.¬†Karen Guch¬†has more than 20 years of experience of private equity transactions.¬†Charles Whitefoord¬†is another seasoned practitioner.

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