Guy Constant Partner
“Guy Constant is an experienced practitioner with expertise on the full range of corporate finance including syndicated and multi-currency facilities, revolving funds, working capital and security matters. Clients value his "very commercial outlook," explaining: "If any obstacles are ever encountered, he will always talk you through and highlight a perfectly sensible commercial solution."”
“Guy is an experienced corporate and banking lawyer.”
Guy is a partner in our corporate team based in Reading. He deals with banking for both corporate clients and those in health care.
Main areas of practice
Guy has acted for many clients in the health sphere, both private and public sector. His work has included acting for corporates in the health sector in fund-raising, acquisitions and disposals.
- Acting for the InHealth Group in many of its recent corporate acquisitions
- Acting for Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland, Royal Bank of Scotland, HSBC, Santander and the Co-operative Bank in funding straight corporate acquisitions, MBOs and MBIs including the drafting and negotiation of loan agreements, security documents (including taking overseas security) and priority arrangements and advising on financial assistance issues
- Acting for the vendors of Clearswift Systems Limited on its sale to Lyceum Capita
“Guy Constant has a knowledge of the market that is second-to-none and takes a practical and commercial approach to deals.”
“Guy Constant assists clients with corporate transactions and has particular expertise in the healthcare sector. "He's a very safe pair of hands and very sensible. I'm confident in him and his ability," remarks a source.”
“Guy "takes a practical and commercial approach to deals," and he wins praise for his really good local knowledge of the market.”
Articles by Guy
Health and Care M&A experts Stephen Tainsh and Guy Constant have contributed to the Practising Law Institute's 'Health Care Mergers and Acquisitions Answer Book 2016'.
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