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Senior Associate

Greg Mitchell



P+64 9 977 5049

M+64 21 509 402

Greg Mitchell

Greg is a senior associate in the firm’s corporate and commercial group. Greg is a specialist corporate and commercial lawyer, with extensive experience in mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate governance, commercial contracts and overseas investment.

He has acted on a number of significant and complex transactions in New Zealand and Australia, advising a wide range of domestic and international clients, including major corporates, private equity firms and investment banks.

Examples of Work

  • Scania New Zealand - acquisition of Trucks & Trailers Limited’s heavy commercial vehicle sales and servicing business  
  • Bank of New Zealand - advice in relation to its funding of Pushpay Holdings Limited’s (NZX: PPH and ASX: PPH) acquisition of all ownership interests in Church Community Builder, LLC
  • The New Zealand subsidiary of a Shanghai listed entity in relation to its potential acquisition of several forestry assets located throughout New Zealand
  • Enterprise IT - acting for the shareholders on the sale of all their shares in Enterprise IT Limited to a wholly owned subsidiary of Servian Pty Ltd (an Australian company)
  • Evolution Healthcare and Santé Capital on the New Zealand aspects of the sale of its equity securities to Pacific Equity Partners and the subsequent acquisition of 70% of the share capital issued by a holding company operating birth care medical facilities in New Zealand
  • Integral Diagnostics (ASX: IDX) on the New Zealand aspects of its acquisition of all shares in three radiology companies
  • Gas Services NZ MidCo - acquisition of all shares issued by Rockgas Limited from Contact Energy Limited
  • Direct Capital and Forge Trustee Company - sale of all shares in Hiway Group Limited to an intermediate company of Riverside Capital