Matthew is a Partner in Osborne Clarke’s corporate team.
Matthew specialises in advising clients in the energy and infrastructure sector, with a focus on transactions across the renewable energy spectrum, including solar, onshore wind, hydro and AD. He works on a broad range of corporate transactions for investors, developers and energy supply companies, covering acquisitions disposals, investments, joint ventures and corporate reorganisations. Matthew’s sector focus is underpinned by strong experience in Technology, Media and Communications, with a particular interest in the convergence of the two fields with the digitalisation of the energy sector.
Matthew also acts for clients in the Workforce Solutions sector, leading on a range of deals for staffing, talent acquisition and consultancy companies.
DIF Infrastructure IV
Advised DIF Infrastructure IV on its proposed acquisition of UK PFI street lighting portfolio from SSE PLC, read more.
Advised on a £90m recommended acquisition by Kinetic Bidco Limited.
Advised on its conditional £500m acquisition of the remaining 50 per cent of its Best Buy joint venture.
Advised on its £68.4m recommended takeover by global information management provider SDL plc.
Advised on the acquisition of international IT recruitment specialist Aston Carter (industry advice in Europe and Asia).
Advised on the successful
£130m AIM IPO of Plus500 Ltd
Dalata Hotels Group plc
Advised Dalata on the UK aspects of several hotel portfolio acquisitions and related fundraising.
Phaidon International Limited
Advised Phaidon, the international recruitment group, on the £18m raised investment from Muzinich & Co and HSBC Bank Plc.
Advised Lendinvest, the UK’s first and largest online marketplace for property lending and investing, on its growth equity investment from Atomico of £17m. Advised Lendinvest on its equity investment from Beijing Kunlun Lexiang Network Technology Co. Limited.
On 9 March Osborne Clarke hosted, in association with Paul Pincus of New York law firm Ortoli Rosenstadt, a webinar...
Many companies – including those in Workforce Solutions – have taken out new private or government-backed loans or extended existing...
Future M&A in the Workforce Solutions sector: how will companies do deals and preserve value in a post lockdown world?
The attention of many businesses in the past few months has been on cash management and self-preservation. However, there are...