Steven Bryan

Steven Bryan

Partner, London

Email steven.bryan@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +44 20 7296 5056

Fax +44 20 7296 2001

LanguagesEnglish, Cantonese

Practice groupCorporate

'Steven Bryan is noted for his abilities in infrastructure and energy projects, with sources crediting his technical ability and negotiation skills'

Chambers UK 2015

As a senior member of the London corporate practice and a member of the firm's Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Group, Steven has deep experience of a wide range of domestic and cross border corporate work, advising investment funds, corporates and investment banks on public and private mergers and acquisitions, equity offerings and other corporate transactions.

Steven Bryan's experience includes acting on transactions in the UK, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas in the water, transportation, energy (oil &gas, power and renewables), utilities, mining, waste management, telecommunications and real estate sectors. Steven is listed in Chambers' Guide as a leading individual in Corporate Finance and is listed in Legal 500 for M&A. He also is a member of the leadership team of Hogan Lovells' global corporate practice.

Education and admissions

Education

BA Jurisprudence, University of Oxford

Representative experience

Equinor SA on the sale of its interest in the Teeside Oil Terminal and Processing Facility to Total. Eni and Conoco Phillips.

A financial investor in the proposed acquisition of gas pipeline and terminal operator North Sea Midstream Partners.

Advising Brookfield Business Partners on the £360m acquisition of Greenergy, the UK's largest road fuels storage and distribution operator.

Advising Arcus Infrastructure Partners in the acquisition of an 85% interest in A1 Motorway in Poland.

Advising Brookfield on its sale of gas distribution network operator International Energy Group to Ancala Capital Partners.

SunEdison on the $350m acquisition of Continuum Wind Energy's assets in India.

Advising a bidder on the proposed acquisition of gas distribution networks in Brazil.

Brookfield Infrastructure in the €3.6bn consortium acquisition of TDF, the French telecoms masts operator.

International Mineral Resources on the US$350m sale to GeoJade of Kazakh upstream oil and gas producer Kozhan JSC.

MOL on its $130m acquisition of six license interests from Premier Oil Plc.

Advising Northumbrian Water Group Plc on the £4bn recommended offer by a consortium led by Cheung Kong Infrastructure.

Brookfield Renewables on the financing of the Bord Gais wind portfolio in Ireland and on the proposed acquisition of a wind farm portfolio in France.

Advising the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund on its privatisation of Trainose SA, the Greek rail operator.

Advising Brookfield Infrastructure on its acquisition of Inexus, the regulated water, gas, electricity and telecoms connections provider and its £1bn refinancing.

Advising Industry Funds Management on its €800m consortium acquisition of 50 Hertz, the German power distribution network.

Advising Aéroports de Paris on the $2bn acquisition of TAV Airport.

First Gen on the proposed acquisition and accelerated IPO for Immingham CHP plant.

Advising Coal of Africa in connection with a US$100m strategic investment by Beijing Haohua Energy Resource Co and other corporate transactions.

Advising ENRC Plc on the acquisition of interests in Mineracao Minas Bahia S.A. and Mineracao Peixe Bravo S.A. for US$297m.

Advising ENRC Plc on its $735m acquisition of Brazilian mining company Bahia Minerals.

Latest thinking and events

Events

An introduction to warranty and indemnity insurance

Events

Recent developments in UK public takeovers

Hogan Lovells Publications

Impact of Declining Oil Prices – Issue 2: M&A

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