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 Simon Ngu
 Simon Ngu

Simon Ngu

Associate, London

T +44 20 7532 1233



Simon is an associate in the Firm's Banking group and Private Equity group in London. Simon's experience includes advising corporate borrowers, private equity houses, debt funds and financial institutions in relation to acquisition and corporate financings as well as advising on restructurings.

In 2010/11, Simon completed a senior secondment with Deutsche Bank on the deal floor with the leveraged finance and debt capital markets team.

Simon currently acts for private equity clients and companies under private equity ownership.

Bars and Courts

  • Supreme Court of Victoria
  • High Court of Australia


  • LLB (Hons), Bachelor of Science, Monash University
  • BSc (Hons), Bachelor of Science, Monash University


  • English


PLN 400 million Super Senior Revolving Credit Facility together with EUR 870 million and PLN 130 million dual-tranche high yield bond for P4 Sp. Z.o.o., a Polish mobile telecoms operator trading as Play.

€1.75 billion senior bank facilities, €439 million senior secured bridge, €900 million senior unsecured bridge/bond and €352 million PIK bridge/notes in relation to the acquisition of Polkomtel SA.

CHF 300 million/€371 million senior secured bridge/bonds, CHF 505 million senior subordinated bridge/bonds and CHF 1.070 billion senior bank facilities in relation to CVC's acquisition of Swiss telecommunications company Sunrise Communications.

US$750 million forward start facility to refinance Investcorp S.A.'s existing facilities and further US$529 million forward start facility.

€500 million senior secured bonds for EP Energy.

€285 million senior secured bond for the Univeg Group.

€500 million senior secured bonds and €125 million super senior revolving credit facility for Labco SAS's refinancing of its existing facilities.

Jefferies on a junior creditor led enforcement over the Kloeckner Pentaplast Group by Strategic Value Partners comprising a US$500 million first lien facility and €255 million second lien bond.

Deutsche Bank on a £130 million senior bridge loan as part of the restructuring of the Viridian Group.