Nothando Malaba

Nothando Malaba

Senior Associate

Email nothando.malaba@​

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

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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