Jessica Tschirdewahn


Jessica Tschirdewahn


London | 160 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4QQ
+44 20 7184 7695 | +44 20 7184 7001

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Jessica Tschirdewahn has considerable experience advising with regard to mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, public offerings and general corporate matters.

Ms. Tschirdewahn trained with the firm and qualified as a solicitor in 2008.


Significant Representations

  • Travel Leaders Group on its acquisition of the entire issued share capital of Colletts Travel Limited, a luxury travel agency based in the UK, from two individual sellers.
  • Chrysaor Limited on its US$3.8 billion acquisition, by way of an auction process, of a package of assets in the UK North Sea from Shell UK Limited and its affiliates.
  • Hunt Companies Inc, a leading U.S. real estate company active in public-private partnership initiatives, on the acquisition of a 50% economic interest in the Amber Infrastructure Group. 
  • CIT Group Inc. on a series of international transactions related to the sale of its vendor financing and equipment financing businesses in Asia (Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Korea).
  • Northill Capital on its acquisition of a majority interest in Longview Partners, a specialist asset management firm focused on global equities portfolio management, based in London and Guernsey. Northill’s investment represents approximately 55% of the equity of Longview, which manages $19.5 billion on behalf of predominantly institutional investors.
  • Pemberton Asset Management on the €250 million initial investment by Legal & General in Pemberton’s new Direct Lending platform. 
  • Chrysaor Limited on the sale of a 60% interest in a major UK oilfield to Premier Oil UK Limited.
  • MWB Group Holdings plc on the corporate aspects of the £282.5 million refinancing of its subsidiary, hotel chain Malmaison, and the sale of Malmaison and Hotel du Vin hotels.
  • Liberty plc, the iconic Regent Street retail business, and its majority shareholder MWB Group Holdings plc on its £71.5 million takeover by BlueGem Capital Partners LLP, a private equity group.
  • The acquisition of SP Industries, a leading designer and manufacturer of medical equipment and components, by Graham Partners, a US private equity firm.
  • Execution Noble, acting as NOMAD and broker, in the placing of 65 million new shares to raise £20.8 million for IQE plc, a global supplier of advanced wafer products and wafer services to the semiconductor industry.
  • RPG Industries, the majority shareholder in Czech coal producer New World Resources NV, on its proposed £83 million acquisition of an approximate 25% stake in London Stock Exchange listed Ferrexpo plc, the Ukrainian iron ore and natural resources company.
  • The Crown Estate in connection with its £680 million joint venture with British Land Co. plc.
  • The proposed acquisition of a minority stake in a British exploration and mine development company focused on Tajikistan.
  • Acquisitions of a UK asset management software company and a minority stake in a biotech company.
  • University of Bristol, LL.B., Law, 2005
  • Bristol Institute of Legal Practice, LPC, 2006
  • England and Wales