Thomas Cambidge | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Thomas Cambidge
Thomas Cambidge

Thomas Cambidge

Associate, London

T +44 20 7532 2230

E thomas.cambidge@whitecase.com

Overview

Tom is a senior associate in our London corporate team, with experience in a range of corporate transactions, including international M&A, private equity, joint ventures and corporate reorganisation. Prior to joining White & Case, Tom was an associate in the corporate team of a leading UK and international law firm, during which time he spent time on secondment to the Middle East, working in Dubai and Saudi Arabia, and also to the legal departments of both Bakkavor Group and Grainger plc.

Bars and Courts

  • England and Wales

Education

  • LLM, University of Giessen
  • LLB, University of Warwick

Languages

  • English

Experience

Advising Energetický a průmyslový holding (EPH) on its disposal of a 30% stake in EP Infrastructure (EPIF) to a group of investors led by Macquarie. EPIF is a leading European energy infrastructure utility focused on gas transmission, gas and power distribution, heat and power generation and gas storage, primarily in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

Advising EPH on its acquisition of Eggborough power station in North Yorkshire.

Advising EPH on its acquisition of a 66% interest in Slovenské elektrárne, a.s. ("Slovenske"), the leading Slovakian energy company, from Enel Produzione S.p.A. ("ENEL"), the Italian utility giant.

Advising Arcapita on the sale of Viridian, an all-Ireland integrated energy company, to I Squared Capital.

Advising Flughafen Zurich AG, on the sale of its 5% stake in Bangalore International Airport Limited, to HWIC Asia Fund, an affiliate of Fairfax Financial Holdings.

Advising the founders/management on the sale by Greenko Group plc of its entire business, via a disposal of its subsidiary Greenko Mauritius, to Greenko Energy Holdings (an affiliate of GIC the sovereign wealth fund of Singapore) and the subsequent investment into Greenko by ADIA.

Advising a consortium involving funds managed by Aberdeen Asset Management in Europe and Korea, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Intertoll (a European toll road operator) on the acquisition of the M6 toll road motorway in Hungary.