Christian Holbrook

Associate, London



Christian is a Corporate Associate in the Firm's London office. He has experience on a broad range of corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, disposals, joint ventures, corporate restructurings, and general corporate advisory. He also assists and advises sponsors of, and investors in, private investment funds, co-investment vehicles and separately managed accounts. Before joining White & Case, Christian was a solicitor in the Corporate team of a leading London and global law firm.

Bars and Courts
England and Wales
European Masters of Law
Leibniz University Hannover
LLB (ELS) (First Class)
Durham University


Bupa, the international healthcare and health insurance group, on the acquisition of Turkish health insurance provider Acibadem Sigorta, the second largest health insurer in Turkey, from Khazanah, the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund.

Bupa on its acquisition of a further 5% stake in Bupa Arabia, the largest health insurance business in Saudi Arabia, for $100 million, taking its stake in the publicly listed company to 39.25%.

Blue Horizon Investors on their acquisition of 10 Hammersmith Grove, a marquee commercial mixed use property located in London for £112 million.

Blue Horizon Investors on their acquisition of a commercial real estate asset located in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, known as Blaak16 for €65 million.

Kobalt Music on their Series D funding round in which investors including Hearst Communications participated.

Digital Realty on their $874m acquisition of "Project Cheetah" assets from Equinix, a divestiture directed by the Group's Commission following the acquisition of Telecity plc.

Digital Realty on their $212m disposal of a Paris data centre to Equinix.

Wren House, the infrastructure investment arm of the Kuwait Investment Authority, on its acquisition of a 25% stake in GNF's global power generation portfolio, GPG.

ReproCELL Incorporated (a Tokyo Stock Exchange listed biotech company) on its acquisition of Biopta, a human tissue research company based in Scotland.

Balderton Capital and the other selling shareholders in Livebookings Holding Limited in relation to the sale of Livebookings Holdings Limited and its "Bookatable" online restaurant reservation business.


"Positivism and Peremptory Norms: Like Peas in a Pod?" 2010, Durham Law Review