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Nicolas Sirtoli is a corporate, M&A and securities lawyer based in London.
Nicolas has acted on a wide variety of cross-border M&A transactions, acquisitions, joint-ventures and corporate restructuring transactions across a number of sectors, notably infrastructure, industrials and energy.
Nicolas regularly advises on transactions which require large multidisciplinary teams across a number of jurisdictions and has acted for a number of clients on strategic transactions and on public and private mergers and acquisitions.
He joined the firm in 2008.
Bachelor of Laws with French Law, London School of Economics and Political Science, 2007
LPC, BPP law school, 2008
- Solicitor, qualified in England & Wales
- Nomad Foods – on its €110m acquisition of Findus Switzerland from Froneri International; its €240m acquisition of Aunt Bessie's from William Jackson & Son Limited; and its £200m acquisition of the 2Sisters Food Group's frozen Goodfella's pizza business
- Hermes Infrastructure – on its joint venture arrangements with KKR in connection with the acquisition of the Viridor waste management business of the Pennon Group for £4.2bn; on its joint venture arrangements with China General Nuclear Power Group; in respect of the acquisition of an 813 MW portfolio of five Swedish onshore wind farms from Aquila Capital; and on its disposal of its 25.6 percent stake in Energy Assets Group Limited (which it held alongside Alinda Capital Partners) to a consortium made up of Asterion Industrial Partners, Swiss Life Asset Management and EDF
- Liberty House Group, part of the GFG Alliance – on its up to €310m acquisition of an Aluminium plant in Belgium from Novelis
- RBC Capital Markets as financial adviser to SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. – on its £1.24bn competitive recommended cash offer for Blue Prism Group plc
- HSBC as financial adviser to Vitol – on its $2.3bn recommended cash offer for Vivo Energy
- Goldman Sachs as financial adviser to a consortium constituted by (1) Global Energy & Power Infrastructure Fund (acting by its investment manager BlackRock), together with its co-investor, a subsidiary of Mubadala Investment Company PJSC and (2) West Street International Infrastructure Partners – in respect of a £1,434m recommended cash offer for Calisen plc, owned 72.8 percent by KKR.
- Citigroup Global Markets and Goldman Sachs as financial advisers to Advent International – on its £4bn recommended cash offer for Cobham plc.
- Renishaw plc – in respect of its formal sales process
- Randgold Resources – on its $18bn all-share-merger with Barrick Gold Corporation.
- UK Panel on Takeovers and Mergers – in connection with the Fox and Comcast offers for Sky plc.
May 10, 2023
London team advises Perella Weinberg Partners and Deutsche Bank on Providence’s £320m offer for Hyve Group
March 15, 2023
April 05, 2022