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Hamish Perry, Partner

Hamish is a corporate transactional lawyer with experience in a wide range of deals and advisory work.



Hamish advises on general company and commercial matters with a particular emphasis on private company mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, fundraisings/private equity and corporate reorganisations.

Hamish acts for a broad range of corporate, institutional, governmental and private clients/management teams, both domestically and internationally.

Hamish has been particular active in the TMT sectors, as well as Recruitment/Human Capital and Retail and Leisure.

Hamish is particularly active in the Caribbean and is very experienced in advising clients on transactions in that region across a number of industry groups and sectors. He is an active participant in a number of Caribbean-focussed bodies and a frequent traveller to the region.

Hamish is admitted to practise in England and Wales.


  • Acting for the Government of The Bahamas on the privatisation of The Bahamas Telecommunications Company, the auction of a second mobile licence and various other matters
  • Advising media company, ITV, on various transactions in the TMT sector
  • Advising ANSA McAL on the acquisition of Berger Paints Caribbean business from Mumbai-listed Asian Paints. Headquartered in Trinidad and Tobago, the ANSA McAL Group is a diversified conglomerate across eight industrial sectors and operating in over eight territories
  • Advising some of the partners of Ascent Underwriting, a cyber and specialty lines insurance MGA, in connection with the sale of their interests to Preservation Capital Partners
  • Advising a major Healthcare sector client on a number of corporate transactions.
  • Advising UCL Hospitals Charity on the sale of Inventive Medical to Medaphor Group plc
  • Advising Meredith Corporation in relation to its investment in Iris Worldwide
  • Advising an international tea trader on the sale of its Rwandan operations to a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kolkata-based, McLeod Russel India Limited, one of the largest tea producers in the world
  • Advising on the sale of Hawk-Eye to Sony

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