Oliver Stacey is a corporate lawyer based in London. He focuses on domestic and cross border corporate transactions, including public and private M&A, private equity, joint ventures and commercial agreements.
Oliver has worked extensively in the communications, media and technology sectors including advising on a range of transactions from public and private M&A to tower sale and leasebacks and network sharing.
Oliver’s recent experience in the TMT sector includes advising Orange on the £12.5bn disposal of EE to BT and its $4.4bn bid for Jazztel Plc, advising Etisalat Nigeria on the disposal of its tower portfolio to IHS (a transaction which was awarded IJ Global African Telecoms Infrastructure Deal of the Year), advising Vodacom and Vodafone on various matters including M&A, tower sharing and sale and leasebacks, licence bids and other matters and advising various other clients active on a range of M&A and other corporate matters.
Interest and investment in distributed ledger technology (DLT) (and the blockchain iteration of DLT) has increased dramatically in recent years, and will have a significant impact on many industries..
September 28, 2018
The network operators’ market is increasingly competitive and operators are constantly looking for ways to reduce their costs and streamline their business..
May 03, 2016
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has Advinia Health Care Limited (Advinia Health Care), a nursing and residential care provider, on its agreement to acquire 22 care homes in England and Scotland from Bupa..
October 27, 2017
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised on certain international aspects of the TZS 476 billion (approximately US$215 million) initial public offering of Vodacom Tanzania Public Limited Company, a leading telecommunications provider in Tanzania..
August 22, 2017