Ian Gilbert is managing partner and is recognised as one of the leading corporate lawyers in the region, known for his ’down-to-earth’ approach and his knack of developing ’compromises to suit all parties’.
Gilbert has more than 30 years’ experience and advises a broad spectrum of corporate clients from major plcs to start-up companies and private individuals, on such matters as MBOs, secondary buy-outs, fundraisings, acquisitions, IPOs, joint ventures and disposals. He particularly enjoys complex multi-party matters which require innovative solutions to be found and carefully considered negotiation strategies. In the Chambers Legal Directory, Gilbert is described as being ’one of the driving forces behind the practice’.
Gilbert is used by a number of clients as ‘trusted counsel’ but still thrives on getting heavily involved in transactions. Most recently, he advised AP Moller-Maersk on the £778m sale of its subsidiary Netto Foodstores Ltd to Asda.
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This information was sourced from the Walker Morris website.
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