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Mr Mark Geday
Mark Geday, a partner in the corporate practice at Morgan Lewis, has more than 20 years of experience employing a range of innovative and market-defining transactions, including complex private and public matters involving parties with differing needs and goals, for clients spanning all areas of the private equity and asset management sector. Mark advises on myriad aspects of company law including mergers and acquisitions, disposals, restructurings, joint ventures, fundraisings and strategic stakes. For more information, view Mark’s bio at https://www.morganlewis.com/bios/markgeday.
Mark leverages his experience across the asset management sector to provide key insight to his clients, advising on solutions that allow them to maintain and achieve their key objectives. He previously acted as the director of legal services and company secretary for an FTSE 100 company.
English; French; Russian
Member, Law Society Company Law Committee
University of Manchester, 1990, Law LLB, Hons; College of Law, London, 1991, Law Society Finals
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius UK LLP‘s London office fields a deep bench of talent who regularly work closely with the firm’s international offices on a strong mix of tech, life sciences, energy, and investment management deals. EMEA corporate chair Timothy Corbett is noted for his life sciences pedigree, helming a number of multi-jurisdictional sales and purchases for both established and fast-growth market players. Investment management head Mark Geday possesses a wealth of experience in private equity-driven transactions, with key recent highlights including major cross-border deals in the sports sector. Tomasz Wozniak is well known for his expertise in CIS region M&A across the financial services, consumer goods, and natural resources sectors, while Olivier Chambord – who divides his time between London and Paris – regularly handles corporate transactions and project development matters for oil and gas companies. Energy M&A specialist Seyfi Can Kandemir joined the team from White & Case LLP in October 2021. Tom Cartwright has left the firm.
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius UK LLP‘s London office works closely with the firm’s teams in the United States to advise on the full spectrum of deals in the private equity sector. Mark Geday is a key figure in the practice and handles deals involving financial services companies as well as portfolio company M&A. Elsewhere, Tomasz Wozniak takes a leading role in early-stage investments, particularly in the technology sector. Tom Cartwright departed in June 2022.
- M&A: lower mid-market deals, £50m-£500m - London > Corporate and commercial
- Private equity: transactions - mid-market deals (up to £250m) - London > Corporate and commercial
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Finance > Asset based lending
- Industry focus > Emerging markets
- Dispute resolution > Competition litigation
- Finance > Debt capital markets
- Employment > Employers
- TMT (technology, media and telecoms) > IT and telecoms
- Corporate and commercial > M&A: lower mid-market deals, £50m-£500m
- Corporate and commercial > Private equity: transactions - mid-market deals (up to £250m)
- Risk advisory > Regulatory investigations and corporate crime (advice to corporates)
- Finance > Securitisation
- Corporate and commercial > Financial services: contentious
- Employment > Immigration
- TMT (technology, media and telecoms) > Intellectual property: trade marks, copyright and design
- Industry focus > Life sciences and healthcare
- Projects, energy and natural resources > Oil and gas
- Dispute resolution > Banking litigation: investment and retail
- Risk advisory > Data protection, privacy and cybersecurity
- Corporate and commercial > EU and competition
- Investment fund formation and management > Private funds
- Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: premium
- Corporate and commercial > Corporate tax
- Corporate and commercial > Financial services: non-contentious/regulatory
- Dispute resolution > International arbitration