Jason Moss

Partner
Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

London
United Kingdom
T:+44 20 7444 3756
London
United Kingdom
T:+44 20 7444 3756
Jason Moss

Jason Moss

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Biography

Jason Moss is a corporate and M&A lawyer based in London.

Jason acts for a number of private institutions and corporate clients on their investments, mergers, acquisitions and disposals across a number of sectors, including the energy, food and beverages, infrastructure/industrials and real estate sectors. He also advises on corporate restructurings, joint ventures, governance matters, equity offerings and continuing obligations. 

Jason often advises on transactions which require large multidisciplinary teams across multiple jurisdictions and has been advising a number of his clients for several years on their strategic transactions and mergers and acquisitions.

Jason trained with the firm and qualified in 2001.


Professional experience

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  • Solicitor, qualified in England & Wales 2001

Advised:

  • Nomad Foods, owner of brands including BirdsEye, Findus and Iglo – led the teams acting on the acquisitions of Fortenova Group's pan Southeast European frozen foods division for €615m, Findus Switzerland from Froneri for €110m, Aunt Bessie's from William Jackson & Son for €240m, and on the purchase of Green Isle Foods, the producer of Goodfellas frozen pizzas, from Green Isle Food Group for €225m.
  • Quinbrook, the low carbon and renewable energy specialist – on a number of its acquisitions and investments, including on their acquisitions of energy trading platforms Habitat Energy and Flextricity; on Cleve Hill, the UK's largest consented solar and battery provider at 350MW; and on the Eider and Peak Gen projects.
  • Tiger Infrastructure, the specialist in growth capital for middle market infrastructure – on its acquisition of Forsa Energy, 250MW of flexible gas fired reciprocating engines, and its investment in Qwello, the full service building owner and operator of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
  • Alvance Aluminium, a member of the GFG Alliance – on its acquisition of the Duffel group, the aluminium recycling and rolling mill specialist in Belgium, for up to €310m and advising on various connected restructuring and financing matters.
  • Renishaw Plc, the precision measurement pioneer – on the commencement, running and termination of its 2021 Formal Sales Process on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange.
  • Europa Capital – on a number of their funds on their North European equity investments and exits since the early 2000s (in excess of 30 transactions), including on their acquisition and disposal of Dagenham Docks, the redeveloped site of the Ford engine stamping facility, to Peabody Homes and on the contested asset management arrangements for the premier Manchester BTL development, the Anaconda Cut.
  • Sovereign Wealth Investor – on the divestment arrangements relating to the sale of premier office buildings in New York, London, Paris and Munich for €600m.
  • Goldman Sachs PIA – funds managed by Goldman Sachs PIA on their investment in Danish multinational energy provider, DONG Energy (now Orsted), for a total amount of US$2.25bn.
  • Denham Capital Management LP, the US energy and commodities private equity provider – on its investment in and subsequent exit from US$185m partnership with Fotowatio Renewable Ventures, a leading global operator in photovoltaic and thermosolar energy based in Spain, and on its investment in Onewind Australia and the subsequent restructuring and partial realization.
  • EcoWorld, the Malaysian listed real estate developer, as developer and investor – on its joint venture with Ballymore to finance and develop three large-scale London residential development opportunities, comprising the London Embassy Gardens, London City Island and The Wardian, with a total gross development value of approximately £2.2bn.

Knowledge

A new register of overseas entities owning UK land

Publication | March 16, 2022

UK: Impact of Brexit on corporate

Publication | March 30, 2021