Christian Farrow

Partner


+44 (0)7791 370 679
[email protected]

ABOUT
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Christian is a partner in our corporate team. He has been lead adviser on a wide range of high-profile transactions and projects for both public and private companies including, acquisitions, mergers, IPOs, fundraising and joint ventures, frequently with a cross-border aspect.

He has an excellent track record in advising clients in the renewables sector and is highly regarded for being commercial and pragmatic.

Christian has won ‘Young Dealmaker of the Year’ at the Wales Insider Awards and was ranked in Wales Online’s Top 35 Entrepreneurs under 35.

  • Corporate deals and transactions – mergers, acquisitions and disposals
     
  • Private equity funded transactions and PE backed buy and build strategies
     
  • Commercial projects and contracts, including long-term contracts between the private and public sectors
     
  • Banking and finance structures, including complex and structured arrangements
     
  • Restructuring and distressed situations
     
  • Advising Your World Recruitment, one of the UK's leading suppliers of healthcare professionals, on a series of acquisitions as part of its buy and build strategy
     
  • Advising a US-based high-end property developer on the acquisition of the Smallbone of Devizes business out of administration, and the associated commercial and intellectual property arrangements
     
  • Advising on the acquisition by Neptune 6 of the shares in Newport Wafer Fab (NWF) from Infineon AG, and the associated commercial and finance arrangements. Christian continues to support NWF as it expands its operations to become a leading player in the international semiconductor sector
     
  • Advising Eco2 on a series of developments in the renewable energy sector, including three biomass power station projects involving £100m+ financings and leading to the sale of the project companies to financial institutions
     
  • Advising FTSE listed company Capita plc in its acquisition program, acting on multiple transactions in the £5 million to £30 million range