|Feb 2018||Undisclosed||Advising LDC on the buyback of its stake in Bluestone by the company.|
|May 2016||Undisclosed||Advised Computershare on the acquisition of UKAR's mortgage servicing platform and associated long-term contracts.|
|Sep 2014||£180 million||Advised Investec on the sale of Kensington to Blackstone and TPG.|
|Jun 2013||Undisclosed||Investment banking adviser to the independent valuer.|
|Nov 2011||Undisclosed||Advised Norwich & Peterborough Building Society on its merger with the Yorkshire Building Society.|
|Dec 2009||Undisclosed||Advised Yorkshire Building Society on its merger with the Chelsea Building Society.|
|Oct 2009||£226 million||Advised Barclays on its acquisition of Standard Life Bank.|
|Oct 2008||Undisclosed||Advised Nomura on its acquisition of the Europe and Middle East Equity and Investment Banking Operations of Lehmans.|
|Oct 2008||Undisclosed||Advised Yorkshire Building Society on its merger with Barnsley Building Society.|
|Apr 2007||€140 billion||Advised Barclays PLC on its proposed merger with ABN AMRO.|
|Dec 2006||£210 million||Advised Egg on its acquisition of a minority stake by Prudential plc.|
|Jun 2006||Undisclosed||Advised Julian Hodge Bank on the sale of Carlyle Finance and Julian Hodge Business Finance to Wesbank|
|May 2006||Undisclosed||Advised Alliance & Leicester plc on an unsolicited takeover approach from Crédit Agricole|
|Jul 2005||£2.9 billion||Advised Barclays PLC on its acquisition of a majority stake in ABSA|
|Jan 2005||$3.3 billion||Advised Standard Chartered on its acquisition of Korea First Bank|
|May 2003||€1.1 billion||Advised Barclays on its acquisition of Banco Zaragozano|
|Sep 2001||£28 billion||Advised Bank of Scotland on its merger with Halifax plc|
|Jan 2001||€407 million||Advised Sampo on its acquisition of Mandatum Bank|
|Jan 2001||£19.8 billion||Advised Lloyds TSB on its offer for Abbey National|
|Aug 2000||£5.5 billion||Advised Barclays PLC on its acquisition of Woolwich plc|
|Feb 2000||SEK 23 billion||Advised Stadshypotek on its sale to Svenska Handelsbanken|
|Feb 2000||£26 billion||Advised NatWest on its takeover by Royal Bank of Scotland|
|Jul 1996||£1.35 billion||Advised The Abbey National Group on its acquisition of National & Provincial Building Society|
Fenchurch is pleased to have advised Computershare on its acquisition of UKAR’s mortgage servicing platform. The transaction also involves Computershare being appointed on a seven-year contract to service UKAR’s £30bn of mortgages. In addition, Computershare has entered into separate long-term contracts for the servicing of £11bn of assets purchased by Cerberus from UKAR in November 2015.
Founded in 1978 and listed on the Australian Securities Exchange since 1994, Computershare is a specialist provider of outsourced financial and governance services across 22 countries on five continents. It employs more than 15,000 people worldwide and has a market capitalisation of AU$5.5bn.
Naz Sarkar, CEO of Computershare UCIA, commented: “We were delighted to have Fenchurch acting for us on this highly strategic transaction. They provided a very wellresourced team that ably supported us throughout a long and complicated process with deep knowledge of the business, detailed analysis and thoughtful advice.”View / Download PDF >
Fenchurch is pleased to have advised Investec on the sale of its intermediary mortgage lending business Kensington to Blackstone and TPG for £180m.
Kensington had £3.7bn gross assets and £165m tangible net assets as at 31 March 2014. Investec’s £1.4bn funding line to Kensington is to be repaid entirely at completion.
The sale forms part of Investec's strategy to simplify and reshape its specialist banking business and substantially reduces the assets within its legacy non-core business. The sale proceeds will be deployed in Investec’s UK specialist banking operations.
Bernard Kantor, Managing Director, Investec, commented: “Fenchurch demonstrated outstanding execution skills and provided clear advice to help us deliver this complex transaction from a value and funding perspective. We were particularly impressed with the commitment of the senior team who were intimately involved throughout the process.”View / Download PDF >
Note – includes transactions advised on by Fenchurch team members at predecessor firms