Hannah Crosland is a senior associate in the Corporate Practice Group working with main market and AIM-listed clients. Hannah advises on a variety of national and international transactions and has experience in equity capital markets, private mergers and acquisitions, complex company reorganisations and private equity transactions.

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    • Advising on complex company reorganisations and restructures for both international and national clients, including reductions of capital and s110 demergers.
    • Advising Team17 on its £217 million AIM IPO.
    • Advising McBride plc on the disposal of its personal care division.
    • Advising Luceco plc on its £207 million Main Market IPO.
    • Advising Keystone Law Group plc on its AIM IPO.
    • Advising Animalcare Group plc on its reverse takeover of Ecuphar NV and related £30 million placing.
    • Advising Xeros Technologies Group plc on its recent £25 million placing and open offer.
    • Advising Applied Graphene Materials plc on its placing and open offer.
    • Advising Panmure Gordon on the AIM IPOs of Osirium plc and Gear4Music plc.
    • Advising AIM-listed Coal of Africa on its £60 million takeover offer for Universal Coal.
    • Advising N+1 Singer on the IPO of Premier Technical Services Group plc.
    • Acting for the shareholders of Lightwork Design on its sale to Siemens.
    • Acting for the shareholders and management team of Team 17 Digital on the management buyout backed by LDC.
    • Acting for JSE-listed Imperial Holdings on its £162.9 million acquisition of Palletways Group.
    • Acting for H2 Equity Partners on the management buyouts of Amberon Traffic Management and GBUK Group Limited.
    • Acting for the shareholders of Poundworld on the disposal of a majority stake to TPG.


    • College of Law, L.P.C.
    • Newcastle University, LL.B.


    • England and Wales, 2012

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