Chris B. Ramsey

  • 99 Bishopsgate
  • London EC2M 3XF
  • United Kingdom
Profile Experience

Chris Ramsey is an associate in the London office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the firm’s Corporate Department.

Mr. Ramsey has a broad corporate practice covering a wide range of domestic and cross-border transactions, including public takeovers, private mergers and acquisitions, and joint ventures. He also advises UK listed companies on matters of corporate governance and shareholder activism.

Mr. Ramsey’s experience includes advising:

  • Agility Public Warehousing Company on its £571 million takeover of John Menzies plc. 
  • 888 on its £2.2 billion acquisition of William Hill International, a reverse takeover under the UK Listing Rules
  • Atotech on its US$5.1 billion takeover by MKS Instruments
  • Rothesay Life on its acquisition of a £10.1 billion annuity portfolio from Prudential 
  • Nordic Capital on its US$846 million takeover of Advanz Pharma Corp. 
  • Paysafe Group plc on its £2.96 billion takeover by a consortium of Blackstone and CVC*
  • Pareteum Corp. on its US$105 million cash and share takeover of Artilium plc*
  • Patron Capital on its disposal of Optimum Credit, a second charge lender, to Australian lender Pepper Money*
  • LabCorp on its US$595 million acquisition of the non-clinical contract research business of Envigo and the sale of LabCorp’s US$110 million research models business to Envigo*
  • Qatar Insurance Corp. on its acquisition of the Gibraltar based insurance division of Markerstudy Group*
  • Zopa Group Limited on a share capital reorganization and related £60 million capital raising*
  • BGC Partners on its joint venture with IMC, Maven and Optiver to establish Fenics GO, a global trading platform for exchange listed options*

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

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