23 April 2021
Herbert Smith Freehills lawyers Rupert Lewis and Maura McIntosh talk witness statements, ahead of London International Disputes Week 2021
Herbert Smith Freehills Partner Rupert Lewis and Professional Support Consultant Maura McIntosh are set to be involved in London International Disputes Week (LIDW) 2021, speaking at an event co-hosted with One Essex Court.
22 April 2021
Herbert Smith Freehills calls for greater clarity in Pensions Regulator’s criminal offences policy
Responding to The Pensions Regulator’s consultation on its proposed approach to investigating and prosecuting the new pensions criminal offences, Rachel Pinto, pensions partner at Herbert Smith Freehills, says that “the draft policy contains mixed messages and leaves unnecessary uncertainty over...
21 April 2021
Herbert Smith Freehills advises on PensionBee Group IPO
Leading global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has advised Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, a Stifel Company (KBW) as sole global coordinator and key adviser on the £365 million initial public offering of PensionBee Group plc and its admission to the High Growth Segment of the Main Market of the...
20 April 2021
Herbert Smith Freehills advises Seven Group Holdings on A$500 million institutional placement and A$50 million share purchase plan
Herbert Smith Freehills is delighted to have worked with Seven Group Holdings Limited ( SGH ) on its successful A$500 million fully underwritten institutional placement ( Placement ) and non-underwritten share purchase plan ( SPP ) to raise up to A$50 million, announced to the ASX on 19 April 2021.
16 April 2021
Herbert Smith Freehills advises IGO Limited on its A$903 million divestment of its 30% interest in the Tropicana Gold Mine
Herbert Smith Freehills is pleased to have advised IGO Limited ( IGO ) on its proposed A$903 million divestment of its 30% interest in the Tropicana Gold Mine — a top 5 producing Australian open-pit and underground gold mine located in Western Australia.
12 April 2021
Herbert Smith Freehills advises Airtel Africa on investments from Mastercard and TPG’s Rise Fund, totalling US$300 million
Leading global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has advised Airtel Africa on investments of US$200 million from The Rise Fund, the global impact investing platform of TPG, and US$100 million from Mastercard in Airtel Mobile Commerce BV (“Airtel Money”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Airtel Africa...