Nigel’s broad practice includes domestic and international corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, IPOs, demergers, private acquisitions and disposals, private equity, public takeovers, issues of compliance and corporate governance, investigations and insolvency, restructurings, investigations and sports law.
- ranked as a 'star performer' for Corporate and M&A work by Chambers in its UK, Europe and Global directories and he has been honoured with the Directory's lifetime achievement award
- listed as a leading individual for Mergers and Acquisitions inThe Legal 500, 2011
- named as the City's most influential lawyer in City AM's 'Power Hundred 2011'
- listed as a leading lawyer for Mergers and Acquisitions inIFLR1000's 'The Guide to the World's Leading Financial Law Firms 2011' (21st Anniversary Edition)
- included by the Evening Standard in their 2011 review of the most influential people in London and by The Times in their 100 most influential people in business
- in Who's Who Legal Mergers & Acquisitions 2012, where he is ranked as the second most highly regarded individual globally
- included in Debrett's 'Who's Who'
- recognised in the Legal Experts Directory as an expert in Capital Markets and Corporate M&A
- in the first rank for Corporate and M&A in PLC's 'Which Lawyer
- mentioned in Who's Who Legal Banking 2012
- ranked number two in The Times Law 100 2012 'City Top Ten' list of the most influential judges and lawyers in the City
Nigel is a contributor to the 'Prospectus for the Public Offering of Securities in Europe', to 'The European Company' and to 'Modern Company Law for a Competitive South African Economy' and is a consulting editor of the Oxford University Press' 'Annotated Companies Acts'. He also led the team which produced the Slaughter and May Review of Corporate Governance at the Rugby Football Union.