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Antony Cotton

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Senior Associate
a.cotton@druces.com
Direct Line: +44 (0)20 7216 5592

Antony is a Senior Associate in the Corporate and Commercial team. Australian born, he is admitted as a solicitor in both Australia (Queensland) and England & Wales. He also holds a Bachelor of Business degree, majoring in banking and finance.

Antony’s experience lays in corporate and commercial law where he has built up a wealth of expertise in transactional work such as advising clients on M&A, private investment, banking and finance (including Islamic finance) as well as corporate governance, joint ventures and a vast array of commercial agreements.

While still advising on corporate transactions, these days Antony finds himself spending ever more time focusing on and developing Druces’ financial services and investment funds practice. In doing so he is quickly building a reputation as a skilled advisor in this area of the law commended by clients for his commercial and pragmatic style.

Antony regularly advises clients on a range of FCA regulatory issues surrounding financial promotion; regulated activities; collective investment schemes and alternative investment funds. He also advises clients on deal structures together with the marketing and constitutional documentation of funds and corporates undertaking loan note programs and bond issuances.

Antony also has a great deal of experience advising on structures for a wide range of property investments vehicles, including syndicated property investments.

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