Anna Ngo is an English law qualified associate in the Corporate Department of Latham & Watkins' London office. Ms. Ngo’s practice focuses on international capital markets, mergers & acquisitions, and general corporate matters.
Ms. Ngo specializes in international capital market transactions, representing issuers, investment banks, and investors on primary and secondary equity capital market transactions and general corporate matters. She regularly advises listed companies on corporate and securities law matters and corporate governance, and also has considerable experience in mergers and acquisitions transactions (public and private).
Prior to joining Latham, Ms. Ngo was an associate in the corporate team of a Magic Circle firm.
Ms. Ngo's representative experience includes advising:
- CVC Capital Partners in connection with the £2.4 billion IPO of Avast, the world’s largest consumer antivirus software supplier, listed on the London Stock Exchange
- TI Fluid Systems plc on its £1.3 billion initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange
- FMC Technologies Inc., the subsea oil services group, on its US$17 billion merger with Technip SA on the New York Stock Exchange and Euronext Paris
- On the dual listing of LivaNova PLC on the London Stock Exchange and NASDAQ on the closing of the merger between Cyberonics, Inc. and Sorin S.p.A
- The underwriters in connection with proposed IPO of RAC plc
- Applus Services SA and The Carlyle Group on the €1.2 billion IPO of Applus and its admission to the Spanish Stock Exchanges
- A large cap NYSE S&P 500 company on various corporate matters
- Bain Capital Europe in connection with its placing of ordinary shares in Ibstock plc
- The underwriters in connection with the proposed IPO of a large overseas food producer
- esure Group plc on its £1.1 billion initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange*
- Greencore Group plc in connection with its proposed cross-border merger with Northern Foods plc*
- Bertelsmann in connection with its £2.4 billion merger between Random House and Penguin Books*
- Aviva plc in connection with its £1 billion sale of RAC to The Carlyle Group *
*Matter handled prior to joining Latham