Neil Nicholson > Dentons > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Dentons
ONE FLEET PLACE
LONDON
EC4M 7WS
England

Position

Neil advises on share sales, business sales, joint ventures, fund establishments and restructurings. His significant M&A experience covers both the UK and cross border, particularly emerging markets, and he has acted for a number of private equity clients in the Middle East, having previously been seconded to our Dubai office for over three years. Neil has particular equity capital markets experience, including advising in relation to the UKLA Listing Rules, the AIM Rules of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the UK Takeover Code.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Corporate and commercial > Equity capital markets – small-mid cap

Dentons‘ London ECM group is characterised by a strong presence in upper AIM deals, and an active emerging markets practice which is more geared toward the main market. The AIM side of the practice is partly fuelled by corporate issuers in the energy, real estate and natural resources sectors, though the team also has relationships with a number of prominent nomads and investment banks. On the main market, the team was recently involved in a high-profile privatisation by way of IPO. Key figures in the practice group include Neil Nicholson and David Collins who heads up the UK corporate department.

London > Projects, energy and natural resources > Mining and minerals

At Dentons, the mining offering covers corporate and M&A matters including share and business transactions, fund matters and equity capital markets under the leadership of Neil Nicholson. Other key names include Will Gunston  and Evgenia Laurson, who focus on insolvency and restructuring and project financing matters respectively.

London > Corporate and commercial > Equity capital markets – mid-large cap

Dentons‘ London ECM group is characterised by a strong presence in upper AIM deals, and an active emerging markets practice, which is more geared toward the main market. The AIM side of the practice is partly fuelled by corporate issuers in the energy, real estate and natural resources sectors, though the team also has relationships with a number of prominent nomads and investment banks. On the main market, the team was recently involved in a high-profile privatisation by way of IPO. Key figures in the practice group include Neil Nicholson and David Collins , who heads the UK corporate department.