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ONE FLEET PLACE, LONDON, EC4M 7WS, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7242 1212
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Fax 020 7246 7777
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242 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
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www.dentons.com

Jeremy Cohen

Tel:
Work 020 7246 7371
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Dentons

Work Department

Corporate.

Position

Jeremy is the CEO of the UKMEA region of Dentons and specialises in corporate finance and M&A work. He has extensive experience in particular in relation to public company transactions including IPOs, equity fund raisings, takeovers, mergers, demergers and joint ventures.

Career

Management consultant Ernst & Whinney Management Consultants 1988-89; trainee lawyer Slaughter and May 1991-93, lawyer 1993-98; senior lawyer SNR Denton (formerly Denton Wilde Sapte) 1998-2000, partner and head of corporate group 2000-07; partner Dentons (formerly SNR Denton) 2007-13, head of division (corporate, TMT) 2013-present, CEO of UKMEA region 2015-present.

Member

Courts England & Wales; Membership of Professional Bodies; legal committee of the QCA (Quoted Companies Alliance) (former member). Current directorships: Trustee of City & Hackney MIND.

Education

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (1988); College of Law, Lancaster Gate (1991).


London: Corporate and commercial

Flotations: small and mid-cap

Within: Flotations: small and mid-cap

The team at¬†Dentons¬†'goes beyond what might be expected to provide help to clients'; it is 'professional and pleasant to work with'.¬†The work has a nexus to a wide range of sectors, including oil and gas, technology, media, healthcare and financial services.¬†The practice has benefited from the firm launching into the Scottish market by merging with Scottish firm Maclay Murray & Spens LLP in October 2017;¬†Guy Norfolk,¬†Brian Moore,¬†David McGrory¬†and¬†Claire Armstrong¬†became a part of the amalgamated group as a result of the combination. Moore was the lead adviser to QUIZ Plc as the issuer on its ¬£200m AIM IPO; this represented the largest retail sector IPO in 2017. David Collins¬†leads the team, which also includes¬†Darren Acres,¬†Neil Nicholson,¬†Jeremy Cohen¬†and¬†Joseph Altendorff. It¬†leverages the firm's presence in the Middle East and Africa to advise on deals in these regions. In addition, it works closely with Istanbul-based BalcńĪońülu Sel√ßuk Akman Keki, which provides the firm with Turkish law services;¬†Nik Colbridge¬†led a group (involving members of both firms), which advised DP Eurasia on its ¬£148m admission to listing on the premium segment of the UK Listing Authority.¬†

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London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

Media and entertainment (including media finance)

Within: Media and entertainment (including media finance)

Dentons is experienced the film and TV, advertising marketing, e-sports, music, publishing and gaming, social media and interactive content sectors and is regularly instructed by global media clients on corporate and financing transactions, which utilise the firm’s global network of offices. Corporate partner Darren Acres has a focus on media sector transactions and advised ole! Media Management on its acquisition of the UK-headquartered rights management group Compact Media from Lyceum Capital; advised MTG on the sale of its African production and broadcasting business to Kwese Free TV; and also advised MTG on  the acquisition of US games publisher and developer Kongregate Inc. from GameStop Corp. Lee Federman advised NYX Gaming Group on its £210m super senior revolving credit and term, unitranche and accordion facilities refinancing facilities with Ares Capital. Dan Burge acted for Tribune Media Services on a procurement bid process and contractual terms for the provision of editorialisation of metadata services to the BBC. Edinburgh-based Brian Moore advised agency Troika on its merger with media management and professional services agency the James Grant Group (JGG). Acres heads the team with TMT head Andy Lucas after the departure of former media and entertainment team head Ingrid Silver to Reed Smith LLP. Jeremy Cohen is the firm’s CEO for the UK and Middle East and regularly advises media and entertainment sector clients; Anna Copeman handles IP work; and Joseph Altendorff handles M&A and corporate finance work in the sector. Alex Haffner has joined Fladgate LLP.

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