James Mulholland’s experience covers a wide breadth of international funds and corporate work with a particular emphasis on private equity.
Throughout the 10 years spent in the City at Slaughter and May and O’Melveny & Myers, Mulholland has acted on numerous fund structurings, co-investments and listing transactions, along with portfolio acquisitions and refinancings. Of particular interest is fund-related capital markets with clients listed on the LSE (AIM and the main board), HKEx and NYSE Euronext, such as AP Alternative Assets, Ingenious Media Active Capital, JSM Indochina and Real Estate Opportunities. Following the advent of the global financial crisis, Mulholland has been called upon to advise on many private equity transactions symptomatic of the crisis such as fund restructurings and management spin-outs.
Additionally, Mulholland has worked on several of the largest and most complex recent M&A transactions in the City, such as Songbird Estates’ successful takeover of Canary Wharf and the successful takeover of BAA by a consortium led by Ferrovial.
This information was sourced from the Carey Olsen website.
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