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Katie Nagy de Nagytbaczon

Katie Nagy De Nagybaczon

Partner
Deputy Chair, Consumer Products Sector Group

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AF
United Kingdom
Languages English, French

Katie Nagy de Nagybaczon is a partner in the Corporate Team at CMS London and UK Deputy Chair of the Consumer Products Sector Group, advising on UK and international mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, IPOs, secondary fundraisings, public takeovers, private fundraisings and corporate reorganisations. She also advises investors and management on private equity transactions.

Katie has in depth knowledge of the consumer products and retail sector and her keen interest in fashion and luxury brands is supported by extensive experience advising retailers and fashion designers on investment, acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures.

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

Legal 500, 2018

Relevant experience

  • 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.
  • Two private Malaysian individuals on their acquisition of a majority interest in Linley.
  • dunnhumby Limited, the world's leading customer science company, on its acquisition of global online advertising company sociomantic Labs GmbH.
  • The shareholders of Hunter Boot Limited on the sale of a majority stake to funds managed by Searchlight Capital Partners, a US private equity house
  • Online luxury fashion retailer Net-a-Porter on the sale of the company to Richemont, valuing Net-a-Porter at GBP 350m.
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Education

  • 2002 – LPC, College of Law
  • 2001 – LLB in European Legal Studies, University of Bristol, Bristol
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Publications

Dec 2019 - Female Entrepreneurs: gender diversity across the UK’s high-growth ecosystem, Newable Beauhurst

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