Mark Hepworth Partner

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Contact Details

“Leading Individual, specialising in acquisitions and disposals for private and public companies, private equity, acquisition finance fundraising and joint ventures.”

Legal 500 2018

“Mark Hepworth advises on M&A matters, private equity transactions and joint venture agreements for shareholders and funds. Sources describe him as "very hands-on and commercial."”

Chambers and Partners 2019
Mark is an all round corporate law specialist including corporate transactions, banking and private equity.

Main areas of practice

His main practice areas include company and business acquisitions and disposals for private and public companies, acquisition finance, private equity and joint ventures.


Mark's clients include private investors and private equity houses.

Significant experience

  • He is particularly experienced managing projects where, increasingly, teams of specialist lawyers and other professionals come together to complete a complex transaction in a tight timescale. Mark is recognised for his strong technical skills, his negotiating abilities and his thorough commercial understanding of clients' objectives.
  • Mark's recent experience includes advising Quindell on its admission to the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange in a reverse takeover of Mission Capital.

Other expertise

Technology: Mark's work includes corporate transactions, banking and private equity.


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