With over 30 years’ experience in private equity and venture capital—including in-house—our corporate lawyers know how it works.
Our clients are sponsors, funds, banks, family offices, high-net-worth individuals, investee companies, and management teams—whom we also help implement their growth plans after the deal is completed. Because we build long lasting relationships, we get to be a part of the whole investment cycle—from the first investment round through to exit.
Our private equity team is also supported by our transaction-experienced banking, property, financial services, intellectual property, litigation, employment, commercial, pensions, data protection and insolvency lawyers, as needed.
If you’re a sponsor, we’ll help with your first round and subsequent investment. We’ll then advise on day to day issues, restructuring, and refinancing. And when it’s time to leave your investment—whether by by sale, recapitalisation, or flotation—we’ll be there, too.
If your company is looking to take on private equity, we get that the investment process, although exciting, can also be daunting and confusing. Because we’ve been through it countless times, we know what problems can crop up, and how to fix them. We’ll help you navigate the paperwork, questions, meetings and negotiations with other advisers.
Advising Westbridge-backed APEM on two acquisitions in seven months
Advising RedCortex's shareholders on acquisition by TPXimpact
Advising the shareholders of DevOpsGroup on sale to Sourced Group
Advising WestBridge on their exit from marketing agency bChannels
Advising BGF on their investment in online clothing retailer Character.com
We love working with the team at Capital Law. Your calm, pragmatic and assured approach makes it very easy for us to keep focusing on the commercial issues, and to retain a strong relationship with management despite sitting on opposite sides of the table for many of the negotiations.
Capital Law has an energetic team of high-quality deal professionals. We work with them on private equity transactions at the lower end of the value spectrum, where they provide a quality service and real value for money.