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Katie Nagy de Nagytbaczon

Katie Nagy De Nagybaczon

Co-Head of the CMS Consumer Products Group

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English, French

Katie Nagy de Nagybaczon is a partner in the Corporate Team at CMS London. She is Co-Head of the Consumer Products Group and in this position leads an international team of more than 40 partners and a total of more than 100 lawyers in 21 countries. 

Katie advises on a wide range of corporate transactions but is best known for her expertise in international and UK mergers & acquisitions, advising on the whole lifecycle of business, from start-up, raising money through investment, growth through acquisition and joint venture, and successful exit.

Katie also has extensive experience advising entrepreneurs and corporates in the Technology, Media and Communications sector. 

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"Recommended" (M&A: Upper Mid-Market and Premium Deals, £250m+)

Legal 500, 2018

Relevant experience

  • Macquarie Capital on the sale of 13% of optical Fibre-to-the-Home network provider Pentacom to Daiwa 
  • Wholesale fibre network infrastructure provider CityFibre on the acquisition of FibreNation from TalkTalk and Entanet from management and private equity 
  • The shareholders of Spencer Ogden, a specialist global energy and infrastructure recruitment agency, on the sale of a significant stake in the business to international private equity firm MML Capital Partners 
  • VOD company IROKOtv on the sale of the ROK film studio to French television company Canal+ 
  • Online health & beauty retailer The Hut Group on its acquisition of luxury skincare brand ESPA; ;The Hut Group, one of the world’s largest online Health & Beauty retailers and brand owners, on its acquisition of skincare and spa brand ESPA.
  • YOOX NET-A-PORTER on its joint venture with Symphony Investments, an entity controlled by Mohammed Alabbar to create the Middle East’s undisputed leader for online luxury retail.
  • Tessa Ross, producer and former head of Film4, and Juliette Howell, Working Title's former head of television, on BBC Worldwide's investment in their new film and television production company House Productions.
  • Michael Jackson and Alex Graham on the formation of the TV drama production company, Two Cities Television Limited, and on BBC Worldwide's investment into Two Cities.
  • The Sellers of Clifford Thames Group, the UK market leading automotive data firm, on the buyout by LDC.
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  • 2002 – LPC, College of Law
  • 2001 – LLB in European Legal Studies, University of Bristol, Bristol
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Dec 2019 - Female Entrepreneurs: gender diversity across the UK’s high-growth ecosystem, Newable Beauhurst

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