Andrew is a private equity specialist, advising on all aspects of the private equity lifecycle, with particular experience in advising management teams on private equity transactions. In addition, Andrew leads the firm’s relationships with three of the firm’s largest Infrastructure Sector clients.
Andrew provides a calming influence on transactions, demonstrating a practical and commercial approach to solving complex legal issues. Perhaps as importantly, however, he plays the role of Client Partner expertly and patiently, taking time to understand our needs as a client, providing creative solutions and, above all, listening. Nothing is too much trouble for Andrew.
Hugh Raven - General Counsel and Company Secretary Kier Group plc
The whole Pinsent Masons crew have real character and a sense of togetherness. I feel this every time I work with you. You should be very proud of what you have built in recent years.
Mark Turner - Livingbridge
Andrew is a core trusted adviser to Lyceum. Over a number of years and many transactions his candour, direct and straight forward approach have consistently delivered results for us, his considerate style enables him to deliver in negotiation where many fail and makes him a pleasure to work with. Andrew assembles talented transaction teams who are effective and efficient during a deal process and are prepared to invest in the relationship in the early stages of deals.
Simon Hitchcock - Partner Lyceum Capital Partners LLP
Partner, Head of Construction Advisory & Disputes
Neal specialises in the avoidance and resolution of disputes in the infrastructure sector. He heads Pinsent Masons' global team of construction and advisory disputes lawyers and consistently acts for leading contractors on their most challenging cases, but is also able to draw on experience of acting for employers, sub-contractors and insurers. Neal is recognised by Best Lawyers for his work in Construction Law.
Property & Facilities Director
Shirley is responsible for the firm's strategy to manage its property and facilities services and their impact upon people and the workplace.
Partner, Head of Office, London and Head of Pensions & Long-Term Savings
Carolyn has been a specialist pensions lawyer for almost 30 years, during which time she has supported corporates, scheme trustees and pension providers through seismic changes in the pensions industry.