Peter Critchley

Associate
Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

London
United Kingdom
T:+44 20 7444 2341
London
United Kingdom
T:+44 20 7444 2341
Peter Critchley

Peter Critchley

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Biography

Peter Critchley is a corporate lawyer based in London. He has worked on a range of corporate transactions including cross-border and domestic M&A transactions, joint ventures, private equity investments and general corporate advisory work.

Since joining the firm, Peter has spent time on secondment to Goldman Sachs and BNP Paribas.


Professional experience

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Advising:

  • DVB Bank - on the sale of its aviation finance division to Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group
  • ANZ, BNP Paribas, Citibank, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, and Standard Chartered Bank - on the development of an electronic platform, the Trade Information Network, for trade and supply chain finance
  • The management team of Janes, a global open-source intelligence provider - on its sale by IHS Markit to Montagu Private Equity
  • Vodacom Group Limited - on a joint venture with Safaricom to acquire the intellectual property rights to the M-Pesa mobile financial services platform from Vodafone; on the sale of 100 percent of Vodacom Business Africa's operations in Nigeria, Zambia, Cote d'Ivoire and Cameroon to Synergy Communication; and in relation to the sale and leaseback of its tower portfolio in Tanzania to Helios Towers Africa
  • Piraeus Bank - on the sale of its Albanian bank, Tirana Bank, to Balfin
  • A consortium of nine oil majors, traders and banks - on the development of a blockchain-based energy trading platform
  • A global telecommunications company - on the implementation of its Decentralised Digital Identity (DDI) project to provide a platform on which both the company and other partners/parties can run an identity application
  • Pay.UK - on the purchase and consolidation of the payments infrastructure bodies in the UK (BACS, Cheque & Credit Company Limited and Fast Payments Limited)
  • Orange - in relation to the sale of EE to BT for circa £12.5bn