Tom Try is a partner in the corporate team in London and specialises in M&A and VC work in the FinTech and interactive entertainment sectors.

Tom spent much of his early career doing M&A and ECM work for the UK high street banks and other financial institutions and, having joined OC in 2016, has brought that experience to bear by advising FinTech clients on a range of M&A, fundraising and restructuring transactions.

Tom works alongside Osborne Clarke's Financial Institutions Group to provide corporate advice to clients at all stages of the business lifecycle.

Helping you succeed in tomorrow's world

At Osborne Clarke we have a wealth of clients who represent the cutting edge of new technology. I am fortunate enough to be able to draw on the depth of firm's experience in advising on the kind of day-to-day legal challenges that operating in this environment brings to navigate our clients through corporate transactions.


Advised Miniclip on its acquisition of Masomo.

Goldman Sachs

Advised Goldman Sachs on $22m Series A funding for DiffBlue and on the Series A funding investment in AI-specialist Eigen Technologies.


Advised on its acquisition of Intelligent Point of Sale in September 2016.

Group IMD

Advised management on the secondary buyout by Inflexion of Group IMD.

Universal Health Services

Advised Universal Health Services, Inc on its £377 million acquisition of Cambian Group Plc’s adult mental health services division.

RM plc

Advised leading independent supplier of resources, IT software and IT services, RM plc, on its proposed £56.5m acquisition of Connect Group PLC's Education & Care business. Read more here.


Advised Finantix on Motive Partners investment. Read more.

Ninja Theory and Gram Games

Advised the shareholders of Ninja Theory on its sale to Microsoft. Advised Gram Games on its $250 million sale to leading social games company, Zynga Inc.