Nick Foss-Pedersen

Practices

Education and Clerkships

LL.B. (Hons.), Law with German Law, King’s College London and Universitaet Passau, 1996

Legal Practice Course, The College of Law, 1998

Admissions

England, 2000

Languages

Danish

German

Profile

Nick Foss-Pedersen is a partner in the Corporate Practice Group in the London office of Haynes and Boone. His practice includes advising on: mergers and acquisitions (buy side and sell side; public and private); pre-IPO fundraisings, IPOs and securities issues (acting for both issuers and brokers); private equity, venture capital and debt-backed transactions; investments (acting for both companies and investors); joint venture and shareholder structures and arrangements; and corporate governance including advising on the Takeover Code, the Prospectus Rules, the Listing Rules, the Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules, the AIM Rules and general corporate law.

Growth

Tom Ferns and Nick Foss-Pedersen

Haynes and Boone CDG Launches New Corporate Practice in London with Double Partner Hire

Haynes and Boone CDG, LLP has launched a new corporate practice in London with the addition of two partners with significant experience advising companies and management teams in London and other financial centres in Europe.

Chambers

Chambers Global 2017 | Haynes and Boone, LLP

Haynes and Boone Maintains Solid Showing in Chambers Global 2017

Haynes and Boone, LLP had yet another strong year in the recently released Chambers Global legal directory, with nine lawyers across eight practices recommended as leading providers of legal services in the international marketplace.


Published by Chambers and Partners, March 2017.

Tim Powers

Tim Powers Profiled by Leading UK Finance Publication

Haynes and Boone Managing Partner Tim Powers appears on the cover of the April issue of InterContinental Finance & Law, a monthly UK publication that covers transactional activity across the globe. In a detailed Q&A with the publication, Powers discussed the Haynes and Boone CDG merger, including the strategic needs that led to the combination and the fact that the merger was finalized shortly after the Brexit vote.

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