Nothando Malaba

Nothando Malaba

Senior Associate

Email [email protected]​

Phone +44 20 7296 2556

Fax +44 20 7296 2001

LanguagesShona, English

Practice groupCorporate & Finance

Nothando Malaba is a senior associate in the London corporate practice. She has experience of a wide variety of work comprising capital markets transactions in a wide range of sectors, cross-border corporate acquisitions and disposals, M&A, joint ventures, internal restructuring, and general corporate/commercial advice.

Prior to joining Hogan Lovells in 2015, Nothando advised on capital markets and corporate transactions for clients in a number of industries. During her time in Australia, she was seconded to the corporate team in Singapore from February 2012 to July 2012. Nothando was also seconded to the in-house commercial legal team at Schweppes, Australia from March 2015 to April 2015, where she gained key commercial experience across a range of areas including branding, advertising, regulation and distribution.

Education and admissions


LL.B., Griffith University, 2010

Related knowledge

Africa Insights

Representative experience

Advising Income Contingent Student Loans in relation to the issue of asset-backed notes.

Advising Shaftesbury Chinatown PLC in relation to the issue of £290m Guaranteed First Mortgage Bonds.

Advising Sepura plc on its £65m firm placing and placing and open offer of new shares and new debt facilities.

Advising Paysafe Group PLC ("Paysafe") in relation to the £2.9bn takeover of Paysafe by Pi UK Bidco Limited.

Advising Stellwagen, a Dublin-based leader in global aviation asset management and financial and technology solutions, on its sale to Acasta Enterprises.

Advising Barclays on the £21.2bn sale of Visa Europe to Visa Inc.

Advising GSK on its 3 part transaction with Novartis, which included acquisition, joint venture and divestment.

Advising ICG-Longbow on its real estate joint venture.

Advising a global disruptive technology business on its governance model in the UK.

Advising Ora Capital, DC Thomson, and Lombard Odier in relation to its £8m investment in Mothercare plc.

Advising a multinational automaker in relation to its internal corporate restructure.

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