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Dentons
ONE FLEET PLACE
LONDON
EC4M 7WS
England

Work Department

Corporate.

Position

Candice Chapman, who joined the firm as a trainee solicitor in 1998, is a partner in the Corporate practice of the firm’s London office.

Candice specialises in public and private mergers and acquisitions, joint venture and capital raising transactions (with particular experience of transactions involving multiple jurisdictions).

Candice focuses her practice on four of the Firm’s key sectors, Financial Institutions and Funds; Insurance; Technology, Media and Telecommunications and Energy.

Candice plays an active role in many of the London office’s pro bono activities including advising at a legal clinic in the London borough of Tower Hamlets and representing a variety of charitable organizations on corporate and commercial matters.

Career

Trained SNR Denton (formerly Wilde Sapte), qualified 2000, senior lawyer 2000-05, partner SNR Denton (formerly Denton Wilde Sapte) 2005-13; partner Dentons (formerly SNR Denton) 2013-present. Publications of note: “Top Model: Choosing the right mobile banking model”, Mobile Business Magazine, 2009.

Languages

French.

Memberships

Law Society of England and Wales.

Education

University Of Warwick (LLB Hons 1996); Bordeaux University (1995, exchange year); Nottingham Trent University (LPC 1997).

Leisure

Reading, travelling, swimming and diving.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Risk advisory > Corporate governance

Dentons advises FTSE-listed clients, financial institutions and clients in the public sector on an array of governance issues, including annual reporting and regulatory compliance work, ESG issues, and governance concerns arising from transactions and business strategies. The team is led by Martin Mankabady, who has a strong focus on the insurance sector and handles operational resilience issues and the redrafting of corporate governance codes, alongside Richard Barham, who primarily advises on governance issues relating to transactions and joint ventures, including a number of cross-border matters. Candice Chapman focuses on highly regulated industries, while Celyn Armstrong handles contentious financial services sector work. Senior associate Marija Bračković specialises in financial crime mandates, including drafting frameworks for regulatory compliance.