Transactions

Fenchurch has built a reputation as the long-term trusted adviser to blue-chip clients across the financial services industry, having advised on some of the highest profile and most complex transactions of the last 20 years.

£780 million

Advised Co-operative Bank on its sale to Coventry Building Society.

Undisclosed

Advised M&S in the negotiation of a new financial services partnership with HSBC UK.

Undisclosed

Advised Post Office in the negotiation of the amendments to its financial services partnership with Bank of Ireland.

Undisclosed

Advising Nationwide Building Society on the transfer of its financial advice business and establishment of an introducer agreement with Aegon UK.

Undisclosed

Advised Vanquis Banking Group on the acquisition of Snoop.

£410 million

Advised Numis Corporation Plc on the recommended cash offer from Deutsche Bank.

Undisclosed

Advising Groupe BPCE on the acquisition of leasing group Eurolocatique by BPCE Lease.

£95 million

Advised Fluent Money Group on the sale of a 75% stake in the Group to Mortgage Advice Bureau.

£160 million

Advised ThinCats on its £160 million strategic investment from Wafra Capital Partners.

Undisclosed

Advised Julian Hodge Bank on the sale of a portfolio of equity release assets.

€3.7 billion

Advised Groupe BPCE on its public tender offer to the minority shareholders of Natixis.

$1 billion

Advised IG Group on its acquisition of tastytrade.

Undisclosed

Advised Post Office in the negotiation of the amendments to its financial services partnership with Bank of Ireland.

Undisclosed

Advised Groupe BPCE on the acquisition of a 50.1% stake in Oney Bank and entering into a long term strategic partnership.

Undisclosed

Advised Cabot Square Capital on the sale of LDF to White Oak Global Advisors.

Undisclosed

Advised LDC on the buyback of its stake in Bluestone by the company.

Undisclosed

Advised London and Country Mortgages on the sale of a 25% stake in the business to Experian.

Undisclosed

Advised Computershare on the acquisition of UKAR’s mortgage servicing platform and associated long-term contracts.

£2.7 billion

Advised London Stock Exchange on the successful defence against an unsolicited offer from NASDAQ.

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