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- Real estate
Chris Randall is a corporate lawyer based in London. He specialises in international equity offerings, public and private company mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and general public company advice.
Chris recently advised Delta Air Lines, Inc. in relation to the proposed US$360 million acquisition of a 49 per cent stake in Virgin Atlantic from Singapore Airlines and also advised a consortium of investors on the acquisition of a portfolio of 12 UK private hospitals from Spire Healthcare Group, the second largest private hospital provider in the UK.
Other high profile acquisitions which Chris has advised on include F&C’s acquisition of Thames River Capital group, Adecco’s takeover of Spring Group, easyJet’s acquisition of GB Airways, G4S’s acquisition of Armorgroup and was part of the team advising on the consortium bid by Carlsberg and Heineken for Scottish and Newcastle. Chris’ ECM experience includes advising on the HSBC £12.5 billion rights issues as well as several main market and AIM IPOs.
Chris is also qualified as a solicitor in Hong Kong having previously spent a number of years there working on many high profile corporate transactions. He is also a member of the CBI Companies Committee. Chris graduated from Durham University in 1992 and qualified as a solicitor in 1997.
Publication | September 27, 2022
Restoring trust in audit and corporate – a look at the Government’s response to the White Paper consultation and next stepsOn May 31, 2022 the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published a document (the Response Document) summarising responses to the consultation proposals set out in the White Paper it published in March 2021 concerning wide-ranging reforms to the UK’s audit and corporate governance framework, and setting out its plans for action in light of those responses.
Publication | June 14, 2022
Climate-related reporting standards including the TCFD framework and their impact on the aviation industry
Publication | October 25, 2021