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Locations

Primary Locations

London, England

Work Types

Venture capital / fundraising
Fintech
M&A deals (small / domestic)
Corporate (general)
M&A deals (mid-market)
Technology
Joint ventures

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Marsha Williamson

Bio

Marsha is a corporate lawyer specialising in financial services and technology transactions (and especially fintech). She loves advising on fundraisings and private M&A deals.

Marsha is a pragmatic and commercial adviser and focusses on building relationships with all stakeholders. She has in-house experience (so has been in your shoes!) having been Head of Legal at fintech 11:FS and spent time on secondment at Tandem Bank and Marsh.

Clients have described her as "a stand out associate" and a "dedicated and hard working lawyer with incredible intellect" in The Legal 500 UK, 2020 edition.

Specialisms

  • Equity fundraisings - investors and investees
  • Convertible debt
  • M&A - buy and sell-side
  • Joint ventures and partnerships
  • Corporate advisory (governance, reorganisations, directors' duties, etc.)

Sectors

Financial Services

Technology

Fintech and Insurtech

Clients Advised (current / recent)

Tandem Bank.

11:FS.

Example Matters

a Tier 1 bank on its first and follow-on investments and commercial partnership with a leading UK fintech.

a UK challenger bank on multiple convertible debt and equity fundraisings, its acquisitions of two lending businesses, as well as several corporate advisory and regulatory matters.

a fintech consultancy on a range of corporate and lending matter.

a UK banking software fintech on its set-up, investment rounds and commercial partnership with an overseas bank.

a global asset manager on its acquisitions of two UK WealthTech companies and various corporate advisory matters.

a global accountancy firm on its proposed acquisition of a financial modelling start-up.

various other banks, (re)insurers, fintechs and investors on corporate and regulatory matters (including Part VII transfers).