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Brown Rudnick LLP

8 CLIFFORD STREET, LONDON, W1S 2LQ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7851 6000
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Fax 020 7851 6100
Web:
www.brownrudnick.com

Nicholas Vasquez

Tel:
Work +44.20.7851.6057
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Brown Rudnick LLP

Work Department

Corporate

Position

Nick Vasquez is a Partner in Brown Rudnick’s Corporate & Capital Markets Department. He works on a wide range of corporate matters, including mergers and acquisitions, venture capital financing, shareholder agreements, LLP agreements and commercial agreements. Nick also has experience on the corporate and security aspects of mezzanine finance transactions and on equity co-investments, fund formation and investor reviews of funds.

Nick’s broad experience also includes debt finance, capital markets, insolvency and restructuring, project finance and fund formation.

Education

BPP Law School – Legal Practice Certificate, 2004
BPP Law School – Postgraduate Diploma in Law, 2003
University of Oxford – B.A. (Hons.), 2000


London: Corporate and commercial

M&A: smaller deals, up to Β£50m

Within: M&A: smaller deals, up to Β£50m

Brown Rudnick LLP’s practice is β€˜always available and approachable’, and provides β€˜very good service’ in M&A across a wide range of sectors. Department head Mark Dorff advised LJ GP Partnership on its purchase of Guggenheim Investment Advisors from Guggenheim Partners. Lena Hodge advised Iwan Simonis and Saluc on their purchase of WSG Textiles from Vespa Capital. Other clients include RELX (UK), Midatech Pharma, Microgen, Science Group and Victoria plc. The β€˜sensible, pragmatic’ Sophie McGrath, who has particular experience in the life sciences and technology sectors, is β€˜very easy to work with’; Tim Matthews is also recommended. Nicholas Vasquez made partner in February 2016.

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Venture capital

Within: Venture capital

Brown Rudnick LLP provides a β€˜high level of service’ for both investors and investees on deals which involve a cross-border complexion, particularly within the life-sciences, technology and cleantech sectors. The β€˜very resourceful and knowledgeable’ Sophie McGrath acts for companies and investors across all stages of the investment continuum; she recently advised Novo A/S and a consortium of investors on the Β£4.5m Series D investment in Acacia Pharma. McGrath also acts for companies being spun out of Imperial Innovations, the London Business School Incubator and the Seedcamp accelerator programme. Up-and-coming partner Nicholas Vasquez is well versed in cross-border transactions and advised advanced aerospace technology company, Gilo Industries Group, on the issue of shares and investment into the company by Chinese disruptive technology company Kuang-Chi Group. Dual-US and UK-qualified team head Mark Dorff is also recommended. Other clients include Flowerbx, Cruncher Technologies, Impact Ventures and OBS Medical.

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