Wiesia Wagstyl

Associate, London



Wiesia Wagstyl is an associate in our global Real Estate industry group based in London.

Wiesia specialises in advising on M&A and financing transactions with real estate bias, investment vehicles intended for real estate investment and core real estate acquisitions and disposals.

Wiesia's clients include Digital Realty, LabTech Investments Limited and Nordic Capital.

Wiesia joined the Firm in 2018 having previously worked in an international law firm in London and on secondment in Singapore.

Bars and Courts
England and Wales
Legal Practice Course
BPP Law School, London
University of Southampton


Representation of a sizeable London-based PropTech business on a wide range of mandates, including on their £900 million loan facility agreement with a large alternative capital provider, secured against a varied portfolio of UK real estate assets, including residential PRS assets

Representation of a high profile asset manager on its first joint venture vehicle intended for investment in commercial real estate in Germany

Representation of Digital Realty Trust, one of the world’s largest data centre developers, on its international lettings

Representation of Metso Corporation, a world-leading industrial company offering equipment and services for the natural resources industries, on its €297 million acquisition of Canadian mobile crushing and screening equipment manufacturer, McCloskey International

Representation of global investment company on its c. €130 million acquisition and financing of a portfolio of Dutch residential properties and the associated joint venture and management arrangements with an global asset manager and minority shareholder together with the tax structuring of the same

Representation of a lender in relation to the proposed re-financing of two power plants and energy infrastructure in the UK

Representation of Nordic Capital, a PE investment company, in its acquisition of new central London headquarters

Representation of a multinational system integration company in a buy side auction c. US$1 billion for a software company in relation to target's UK property assets