Anthony Isichei

Associate, London



Anthony Isichei is an associate in our global M&A and Corporate practice based in London and a member of the EMEA Private Equity team. Prior to relocating to London, Anthony spent time in the firm's Paris office advising on Capital Markets matters, and was previously seconded to Macquarie Asset Management in their Infrastructure division. Anthony focuses on advising private equity sponsors, infrastructure funds, corporations and financial institutions on a range of complex cross-border corporate transactions including acquisitions, divestitures, equity investments and other corporate matters.

Bars and Courts
Solicitor, England and Wales
Legal Practice Course
BPP Law School
University of Nottingham


Recent experience includes advising:

Macquarie Asset Management in numerous transactions, including its:

  • purchase of a significant minority stake in Virtus Data Centres Group from ST Telemedia (a portfolio company of Temasek). Virtus Data Centres Group builds and operates data centres in England and is expanding into Europe
  • purchase of a 49% interest in the Hellenic Electricity Distribution Network Operator (HEDNO) from Public Power Corporation, a Greek listed utility
  • purchase of a 60% stake in National Grid plc's UK gas transmission and metering business (NGG) through a consortium led by MAM

Macquarie Green Investment Group Energy Transition Solutions (MGETS) on the establishment of its global battery storage platform, Eku Energy, and the related sale by MGETS of a minority interest in Eku Energy to British Columbia Investment Management Corporation

MidEuropa on its acquisition of a majority stake in Optegra, a European ophthalmology platform operating in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and the United Kingdom

Qatar Holding LLC, an affiliate of the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), the sovereign wealth fund of the state of Qatar, on its investment in Airtel Mobile Commerce BV, one of Africa's leading mobile money businesses

A.P. Moller Capital, a fund management company focused on infrastructure investments, on the investment into KEG Holdings, a Kenyan-based operator of the largest LPG storage terminal in East Africa and a leader in LPG logistics and distribution

Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners on its £378.9 million competitive offer for Augean plc, a specialist waste and resource management group operating in locations across the UK