Rex Nwakodo is a Partner in the Corporate Group.
His practice focuses primarily on transactional and advisory work including corporate, company, commercial, IP and technology practice matters.
Rex specialises in M&A, financing, strategic investment and general corporate/commercial matters across various sectors including banking, media, sports, hotels and hospitality, aviation, leisure and entertainment, internet, real estate, manufacturing, technology, telecommunications and software businesses.
Rex advises extensively on international and commercial transactions relating to outsourcing, sponsorship, merchandising, licensing, information practice matters, e-commerce, new media issues and other commercial arrangements.
His clients include multinationals, as well as domestic and international investors and entrepreneurs, technology & telecoms companies, media, leisure and entertainment companies.
He is recommended and ranked in Legal Experts (published by Legal Business) as an “expert in Corporate/M&A work”. The Legal 500 recognised the corporate work undertaken by Rex in various fields. Rex is dual qualified in the UK and also a barrister and solicitor (SCN).
He advises on:
- UK and cross border mergers and acquisitions
- Share/business sales and purchases
- Investments, private equity deals, MBOs
- AIM listings, financing and security transactions
- Partnerships, shareholder agreements, joint ventures
- General corporate advisory matters
- Strategic and general commercial transactions
Rex is the author of Butterworths book Commercial Contracts and Transactions and co-author of e-Contracts, Kelly’s Draftsman and The Business Client Handbook. He has authored and contributed to other books and publications. Rex speaks at various conferences, provides commentary for legal publications and has written many corporate, commercial and technology articles for various publications.