FOOT Anstey has announced five new partners from May.
John Catchpole, Rebecca Kibby, Mark Li, Adam McKenna and Christian Silk will be promoted next month, bringing the firm’s total number of partners to 54.
Martin Hirst, who will become the firm’s managing partner on May 1, said: “The number of promotions we are making underscores the firm’s continued strength and the scale of our ambitions for future growth.
“All of these promotions are the result of their track record of providing high quality advice and service to our clients, their reputation and knowledge of their industries, and their outstanding contributions to our firm and our communities. .”
John Catchpole specializes in delivering complex real estate projects for clients, particularly in the energy, infrastructure and developer sectors.
His work as head of the space and satellite team at Foot Anstey helped build a solid reputation for the company in this innovative and highly specialized market.
As Managing Director and Head of Property Transfer Services, Rebecca Kibby oversees a team of 70 people within the firm’s Real Estate Group which provides services to developers, Islamic finance and private wealth clients. .
Mark Li specializes in complex, high-value commercial real estate transactions and the management of operational real estate portfolios. Acting for public and private sector developers and infrastructure owners in the fields of transport and energy, he has played a leading role in Foot Anstey’s work in the energy and infrastructure sector. related to electric vehicles and mobility services.
Adam McKenna was trained and qualified at Foot Anstey and is a founding member of its private equity industry team, which he leads through his experience advising portfolio companies on targeted acquisitions and the implementation of buying and building strategies.
As Head of Strategic Infrastructure Planning at Foot Anstey, Christian Silk specializes in all aspects of environmental planning and law and has expertise in its developer, energy and infrastructure sectors and in its space, satellite and port areas of intervention. He has built a solid reputation as an expert on the issue of nitrates and phosphates impacting developers in many parts of the UK, as well as other key environmental issues including natural capital, net zero and the energy transition.