Charles Bogle

Charles Bogle


Email charles.bogle@​

Phone +61 2 9093 3503

Fax +61 2 9093 3559


Practice groupCorporate & Finance

Charles Bogle is a Partner in our Corporate and Finance Team in Sydney. He has an in-depth knowledge advising on complex and innovative M&A transactions, with a strong a focus on working with financial investors. This includes private equity & funds, infrastructure investors and direct investments for super funds.

Charles acts for some of Australia's largest fund investors, and through his private equity & funds clients, also has significant experience within the infrastructure, energy and resources sectors.

Chambers, Asia Pacific 2018 recognised Charles for his ability to "get to the core of an issue both from a commercial and a legal perspective" and to "problem-solve on his feet".

Awards and recognitions


Corporate Law
Best Lawyers (Australia)


Mergers and Acquisition Law
Best Lawyers (Australia)


Private Equity Law
Best Lawyers (Australia)


Private Equity
Chambers Asia-Pacific


Project Finance
Asia Pacific Legal 500


Corporate M/A, noted as "world class"
Asia-Pacific Legal 500

Education and admissions


Masters of Law and Economics, European School of Law and Economics, 1994

LL.M., University of Glasgow, 1994

LL.B., University of Glasgow, 1992

Court admissions

Supreme Court of New South Wales

Representative experience

Acting for funds managed by H.R.L Morrison on a number of transactions, including in the acquisition of AGL’s interest in Macarthur Wind Farm.*

Acting for Infigen Energy on numerous investments and transactions, including the sale of the Manildra Solar Farm development.*

Acting for First State Super in a number of significant infrastructure investments.*

Acting for REST Superannuation in relation to direct investments.*

Acting for the sellers on the $500 million sale of Bras’n’Things to Hanes.*

Acting for Catalyst Investment Managers on a number of transactions including on their initial investment into, and their subsequent successful exit from, Moraitis by a sale of their investors to a Chinese investor and on the sale of Morris Corporation to Sodexo.*

Acting on the initial acquisition of the LJ Hooker business, in subsequent sale to a consortium of investors and its refinancing.*

Acting for University of New South Wales on its quantum computing joint venture with the Commonwealth Government, CBA and Telstra.*

Acting for the receivers for Oakville on the sale of Oakville business to Mitollo.*

Acting for funds advised by Deutsche Bank’s Alternatives Assets Management in the acquisition of interests in Port of Geelong.*

Acting for I-MED on a number of corporate transactions, including sale of I-MED’s interest in GenesisCare during its debt restructure process and the acquisition of the NSW business of Capital Radiology.*

*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.

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