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Mohamed Nurmohamed

London
  • 99 Bishopsgate
  • London EC2M 3XF
  • United Kingdom
 
 

Mo Nurmohamed is Co-Chair of the London Finance Department and a member of the Banking Practice. He has experience across a broad range of issues in banking law, with particular emphasis on matters relating to leveraged finance and private equity finance deals. Mr. Nurmohamed has particular experience in cross-border acquisitions and leveraged finance transactions.

Mr. Nurmohamed was selected by Financial News as one of its 2014 “40 Under 40” list of rising stars in the European legal profession.

He has also been seconded to both JP Morgan’s credit team and Deutsche Bank’s leveraged finance team.

Mr. Nurmohamed's representative transactions include advising: 

  • JP Morgan in connection with the financing of Mumtalakat's acquisition of shares held in McLaren Automotive Limited and McLaren Technology Group Limited by a departing shareholder, the combination of the two businesses into a single corporate group and the refinancing of exising debt
  • The lenders on the financing for the acquisition of Civica by Partners Group
  • The lenders on the €1.625 billion financing for Lone Star's acquisition of Xella International
  • Goldman Sachs on a bank/bond refinancing for Aston Martin Lagonda Limited
  • JP Morgan on a bank/bond refinancing for Voyage Care Limited
  • The Standard Bank of South Africa on a bank/bond refinancing for Liquid Telecommunications Holdings Limited
  • HSBC on the refinancing for Archroma, a chemical manufacturing company
  • The Mandated Lead Arrangers in the US$921 million equivalent refinancing of the Albea Beauty Group
  • Pemberton Capital Advisors on the financing for the acquisition of Karro Group, a food supplier, by CapVest Partners
  • Banca Popolare and Commerzbank on the €690 million merger of Polynt and Reichhold
  • JP Morgan on the €6.5 billion financing of the acquisition of Stada Arzneimittel by Bain Capital and Cinven Partners  
  • Alcentra on the unitranche financing for Towerbrook's acquisition of Schweighofer Fiber
  • Deutsche Bank on a bank/bond refinancing for Viridian Group Limited
  • The Mandated Lead Arrangers in the €2.4 billion equivalent financing for Oberthur’s acquisition of Morpho and the refinancing of existing Oberthur and Morpho indebtedness
  • The lenders in connection with the €65 million super senior revolving facility agreement concurrent with a senior secured floating rate notes issuance for Guala Closures
  • JP Morgan in relation to the €600 million senior and second lien loan refinancing of Spanish olive oil giant Deoleo S.A.
  • Citigroup Global Markets Limited, JP Morgan, and UniCredit in relation to financings involving (i) a €1.75 billion revolving credit facilities agreement and (ii) the issuance of €300 million 4.50% senior notes due 2019 by TUI AG, in connection with its all share merger with TUI Travel plc
  • Ares Management LLC in relation to the establishment of its €3 billion lending joint venture with GE Capital
  • JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank in connection with the financing of Invest Industrial’s acquisition of Spanish rental-car group Goldcar
  • JP Morgan and HSBC Bank Plc in connection with the financing of Towerbrook’s acquisition of Independent Clinical Services Group Limited
  • JP Morgan in connection with a €440 million refinancing of French group Alain Affelou
  • JP Morgan in connection with a a €20 million super senior revolving credit facility and the issuance of €240 million senior secured notes, in connection with the refinancing of AutoDistribution
  • JP Morgan in connection with a €50 million super senior revolving credit facility and the issuance of €420 million dual-tranche senior secured notes in connection with the refinancing of the Spanish theme park operator PortAventura
  • Deutsche Bank, The Royal Bank of Scotland, and a confidential international bank in connection with a €1.45 billion refinancing package for German Highway service station operator Tank & Rast
  • Banco Santander, Banco Popolare, Bankinter, Citibank, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan, Mediobanca, and UBS in connection with €395 million senior term and revolving facilities to fund the acquisition of Altamira Asset Management
  • JP Morgan, BNP Paribas, Jefferies Finance, Lloyds TSB, and Morgan Stanley in connection with a US$100 million super senior revolving credit facility and the issuance of US$850 million senior secured notes, in connection with the refinancing of the Carlson Wagonlit Travel group
  • Barclays Bank in connection with a US$20 million super senior revolving credit facility and the issuance of US$325 million senior secured notes, in connection with the refinancing of the Nord Anglia Education group
  • Deutsche Bank, Credit Agricole CIB, Societe Generale, and The Royal Bank of Scotland in connection with senior term and revolving facilities and senior secured, high yield and PIK bridge Spartan Capital, the proceeds of which were used to finance the PLN 18.1 billion acquisition of Polkomtel S.A.
  • JP Morgan in connection with a €85 million super senior revolving credit and guarantee facility and the issuance of US$300 million senior secured notes, in connection with the refinancing of the Dematic group
  • Deutsche Bank, HSBC, and a confidential international bank in connection with a £70 million super senior revolving credit facility and the issuance of £250 million senior secured notes, in connection with the refinancing of the House of Fraser group
  • Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, The Royal Bank of Scotland, RBC, and GE Corporate Finance Bank in connection with the underwriting of £425 million of senior secured notes, £125m of senior notes, and £70 million of super senior revolving credit facilities to fund the acquisition of the Priory Group by Advent International
  • JP Morgan and Bank of America Merrill Lynch in connection with US$50 million super senior revolving credit facility as part of Almatis Group’s Chapter 11 exit financing
 
  • Bar Qualification
    • England and Wales (Solicitor)
    Education
    • Legal Practice Course, Cardiff Law School, 2001
    • LL.B., University of Wales, Cardiff, 2000
  • Practices
 
 
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